Equivalent to it + -'s. From the earlier form it's (it + 's), which is now considered nonstandard. Began to displace his as the possessive of the neuter pronoun in the Middle English period; had fully displaced it by the 1700s.
- Belonging to it. [from 16th c.]
- The one (or ones) belonging to it. [from 17th c.]
- plural of it
Words… ending with q, starting with q, starting with qa, starting with qo, with two letters, starting with x, starting with j, ending with j,
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