What does Yer mean?

Yer = Your

Yer is a popular abbreviation used in replacement of “your” or “you’re.” This slang is typically seen in text messages or online chats, although it would be considered inappropriate to use in a professional or formal situation.

It’s important to note that “your” and “you’re” are often abbreviated as ur as well, simply because it cuts down the word by one more letter. However, the choice between using ur or yer is entirely up to you. It’s yer decision to make.

So, when you’re quickly typing out a message and need to shorten “your” or “you’re”, remember that yer is a valid option. Just remember, slang like yer should be used in casual conversations, not when you’re trying to sound professional or formal.

Example for using ‘Yer’ in a conversation

Hey, can you pick up some groceries on yer way home? πŸ›’

Sure, what do yer need? πŸ›οΈ

Just yer usual: milk, eggs, and bread. πŸ₯›πŸ₯šπŸž

Got it! I’ll grab ’em for yer. Anything else? πŸ›’