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Yes; correct; it is so Yesh was formed from a common typo committed in typing yes. The increasing usage of colloquialized 'yeah' for 'yes' used in informal online communication (instant messenger programs, e-mail) lends itself to this typo. Because Americans have a tendency to pick up on playful terms, yesh became common in speech as well.
 
Yesh, I'll definitely be there.
Etymology : yesh. From a common typo of "yes". Also, blending/clipping of yes + (yea)h. Middle English, from Old English gse, so be it, from es- in Indo-European Roots
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Last modified: 10 June 2008


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