Your meaning

yo͝or, yôr, yər when unstressed
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The definition of your is belonging to you.

An example of your is a book that belongs to you.

adjective
13
1
A person's; one's.

The light switch is on your right.

adjective
7
1
Used with little or no sense of possession to indicate a type familiar to the listener.

Your basic three-story frame house.

adjective
6
3
Used as a modifier before a noun.

Your boots; your accomplishments.

adjective
6
4
Of, belonging to, made by, or done by you.

Your Honor, Your Majesties.

possessive pronominal adjective
6
4
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The.
possessive pronominal adjective
1
1

Origin of your

  • Middle English from Old English ēower genitive of ye you

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition