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Definition of yeppir

yeppir

adverb

  • response typical in the southern U.S. to mean yes; especially when the answer in the affirmative is assumed to be known and well understood.
    "Are you planning on shaving prior to having our family photos made?", answer "yeppir"

    Last edited on Jan 05 2016. Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 05 2016.

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