132 A Dictionary of the Sussex Dialect.
Yeild-it, e. Give up.
A farmer took his team to harrow a piece of wheat, but finding it too wet he said to his carter "Come along home, we'll yeild it."
Yetner. [Git nd, Ang. Sax., not as yet.] Not nearly. The reduplication of the negative is very common in Sussex. "I beant farty year old yetner."
Yoe, m. [Corruption of Ewe.] From the Ang. Sax., eowu. Yoyster, m. To play about roughly and noisily.