Words and Phrases
ee / een

“ee / een”

Meaning:

eye / eyes

In Literature:

Excerpt from From Mr William Starrat. Teacher of Mathematics at Strabane in Ireland by William Starrat

As ane wad wish, just a’ beneath my Ee

Excerpt from What the Wind Does by Pat McCarty a.k.a. John Stevenson

It strikes hard and cuts keen,
throws dust in folk’s een


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