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I have a feeling that a Yorkshirewman or woman usseing the word tyke . is rfering to someanother town or city inside yourkshire. im from east yourks and never realyheard the term Tyke,so much,mabe about leeds or even york.
As John Lawler notes in the comments: No. English spelling is not made to represent Modern English vowels, and deviating from standard spellings merely introduces more randomness. The closest you can achieve is to completely alter the spelling to similar to CoolHandLouis' answer.
His accent is consistant with the dialect spoken by natives of the Appalachian Region of the U.S. Commonly spoken by individuals from NW Georgia, W NC/SC, VA, E TN, & SE KY. JDnTN I'm with you 100% it is a pretty authentic accent, my granddad, & all of his brothers sound much like Raine,& Use similar wording/idioms. I'm from NC btw. My question ...
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