Eyer vs Yer - What's the difference?

eyer | yer |


As a noun eyer

is one who eyes another.

As a symbol yer is

yemeni rial.

eyer

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • One who eyes another.
  • Anagrams

    * * ----

    yer

    English

    Etymology 1

    Pronoun

    (English Pronouns)
  • (UK, slang, or, dialectal)
  • * 1991 , Thomas Hayden, The Killing Frost , London: Random Century Group
  • 'Make yer way down to the station,' he said.
  • :1997 , , (w, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone) , iv:
  • ::‘Las’]] time I saw you, you was only a baby,’ said the giant. ‘[[yeh, Yeh look a lot like yer' dad, but yeh’ve got ' yer mum’s eyes.’
  • (UK, slang, or, dialectal, uncommon)
  • *1992 , Mary Jane Staples, Sergeant Joe
  • *:'Still, yer got nice looks,' said Ella.
  • Derived terms
    * yerself, yerselves

    Adverb

  • (UK, slang, or, dialectal) , yes.
  • Contraction

    (en-cont)
  • (UK, slang, or, dialectal) , you are.
  • *1991 , Kathleen Dayus, Where There's Life , London: Virago Press Ltd
  • *:Yer a lotta nosey parkers.
  • :1997 , , (w, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone) , iv:
  • ::‘Ah, go boil yer heads, both of yeh,’ said Hagrid. ‘Harry – yer a wizard.’
  • See also
    * ya * jer

    Etymology 2

    (wikipedia yer)

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • Either of the letters in Cyrillic alphabets, which originally represented phonemically the ultra-short vowels in Slavic languages.