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A word used in fan fictions meaning ‘your name’ used in first person/ reader point of view fanfics
‘Hey y/n how are you doing?’
You would insert your name, let’s say you are called Shamma

The sentence then becomes
‘Hey Shamma how are you doing?’
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Your Name - usually used in fan fictions so that you are the main character
"Y/N!" lindsay called, "where are you?"
"be right down"
"we're gonna be late Y/N!"
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A term usually used in fanfictions like ____ x reader. Y/N means "Your Name". So you would replace y/n for your name.
So lets say the sentence was

Jackson (yes wang): oh hey y/n, wanna come to my party this weekend?
Y/N: yeah sure!

You would read (ima use Emily for example)

Jackson (yes wang): oh hey Emily, wanna come to my party this weekend?
Emily: yeah sure!
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The abbreviation for 'your name' typically used in books where you are a character, like x readers.
On wattpad I read a Harry potter fanfiction Where I was in the book, so it had (Y/N)
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Sometimes used in fan fictions for abbreviating “your name
It can also stand for yin, An amazing name.
Person: Hey y/n
Yin: my names yin
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"Y/N" usually proceeds an interrogative or question made by one party asked to another party or individual. Simply, it means 'yes' or 'no'. Sometimes, individuals use 'y/n' for arbitrary means, such as adding 'y/n' to statements that are not interrogatives or questions.
Correct use of Y/N?: Should she get gastro bypass surgery, y/n?

Answer: Y as in yes if the person needs it and it's good for their health.

N if the person is borderline skinny or can possibly lose the weight without going under the knife, or just in general.

Incorrect use of Y/N?: She is so overweight she can barely move. The doctor said she needs gastro bypass surgery, y/n?
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