Is whilst not popular in US English? In UK English it’s Top Roses Are Red The Sky Is Blue I Mind My Own Business Why Don’t You Shirt everyday vocabulary. While I usually like such usage, “whilst” always seems like an affectation to me. (Yes, the others are too, but the good kind.) I think there’s a Monty Python sir to blame. Beginning of the cheese shop sketch, maybe? Why not? Nary (and less commonly, ary) is found in the old-timey Appalachian English that some people still use in the eastern part of the state and surrounding areas.
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From Kentucky, can confirm. Hillbillies make up for in Top Roses Are Red The Sky Is Blue I Mind My Own Business Why Don’t You Shirt lyrical speech what they lack in literacy. Pike County, KY native here…I keep nary and ary (though I always imagined them spelled with two r’s due to enunciation) in my big poke of old Appalachian words I like to use now and then. Kind of…it’s usually used in conjunction with a negative though… “nary” would be used in the context of the op… “ary” would be used in a sentence like “Ain’t ary one of ‘em got a mask” So yes, “ary” is technically the positive to “nary’s” negative…but grammatically, it would almost always be used with another negative…
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