As a noun eyre
is (uk|legal|obsolete) a journey in circuit of certain itinerant judges called justices in eyre'' (or ''in itinere
As a pronoun yere is
(irish) your (plural); of ye, belonging to ye.
(Irish) your (plural); of ye, belonging to ye
* 2001 Martin McDonagh The Lieutenant of Inishmore , Scene 8:
* 2012 Kerry O'Shea
- What I want ye to remember, as the bullets come out through yere foreheads, is
Edinburgh’s Fringe festival thinks The Rubberbandits are English IrishCentral 27 July 2012:
* 2012 Christy O'Connor "
- The Rubberbandits took to their Twitter (@Rubberbandits) on Tuesday in the wake of the Fringe fest’s apparent typo saying that, “@edfringe As much as we'd love to swear allegiance to Lizzie. Could ye change our country of origin from "England" to Ireland on yere site?” (sic)
The first great rivalry of the 21st century" Irish Independent , 28 July 2012:
- "I've been listening to yere' s**** there all day about how great ye are," he told them. "Who the hell do ye think ye are with ' yere two All-Irelands and one ambush?"
Especially in the south and west of Ireland. The yod-dropping pronunciation is more dialectal.