1. (dialectal) Alternative form of yes.
    • 1892, from Punch, or The London Charivari:
      Yus, to live in dirt, I feel is a `orrid degradation; but one thing I'd like to know, is it wus than living on it?
    • 1922, Edward J. O'Brien and John Cournos, compilers and editors, The Best British Short Stories of 1922:
      Wych Street? Yus, of course I knoo Wych Street. Used to go there with some of the boys -- when I was Covent Garden way.

yus (plural yuses)

  • German: Jus
  • Russian: юс

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