nossuh etymology

English word nossuh comes from English no, English sir

Detailed word origin of nossuh

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
no English (eng) A negating expression; an answer that shows disagreement or disapproval.. A vote not in favor, or opposing a proposition. (now, only used with comparatives, except in, _, Scotland) Not, not at all. (colloquial) As if to say, "No, don’t doubt this!", or to deny an imagined contradictory statement, used to show intense agreement. Used to show agreement with a negative question.. Used to show [...]
sir English (eng) (colloquial) Used as an intensifier after yes or no.. A man of a higher rank or position.. A respectful term of address to a man of higher rank or position, particularly:. A respectful term of address to any male, especially if his name or proper title is unknown.. To a knight or other low member of the peerage.. To a superior military officer.. To a teacher. To address (someone) using "sir".
nossuh English (eng)

Words with the same origin as nossuh

Descendants of sir
surry yessuh