In southern regions, a conjunction of the words 'you' and 'know' - typically used either at the beginning of a sentence when either stating a fact or opinion, or to begin a question. Also used at the end of a sentence, when looking for confirmation that the listener understands or agrees with the statement.
"Y'know, I was going to fix that truck this weekend"
"Y'know how to get to i95 from here?"
"People in this world have gone crazy, y'know?"
In southern regions, a term to describe an unspecified, unknown, or estimated amount of distance between two different points, usually between one's current position and a spot outside the field of vision. Can also be used when referring to a point of interest that can be visibly seen. Also can be used when referring to the direction in which something or someone is going.
"I'd say tha boy's home is about a quarter a mile yonder through them woods"
"She buried her dog at that tree over yonder"
"The road back ta town runs yonder over them hills"
In southern regions, a conjunction of the words 'you' and 'all' - typically used when refering to a group of people, either large or small in size. Sometimes also used when speaking to one person when referring to the listener and the buddies he usually hangs out with.
"Can't y'all think fer yerselves?"