A member of a lower- and middle-class segment of the white population of New Orleans.
The variety of English spoken by these people, derived from Irish English.
The Late Proto-Slavic (Common Slavic) vowel that was represented by this letter, usually transcribed as /Ä›/. This vowel underwent various alterations in the later Slavic dialects and is no longer distinguished (except in Ijekavian).
A unique collection of dialects of English spoken in New Orleans, Louisiana.
A person of the New Orleans, Louisiana area who speaks with a Yat accent.
Origin of yat
- From Where you at?, Whe'yat? How are you? (local greeting)
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition