I can only think of yourselves as a single word that is related to (only) you-plural and isn't a verb. The other one I can think of is y'all but that's more of a contraction.

  • In some regions you'ns is used. – jejorda2 Nov 18 '16 at 21:05

You, your, yours, and yourselves can all be second person plural pronouns.

Read this for list of informal forms of you.

  • But you, your, and yours can can also be when addressing the singular 'you'. I meant distinctly multiple people, so plural-you. That's why I said related to (only) you-plural. Maybe I didn't ask this quite perfectly but I don't really know the language lingo – s g Nov 18 '16 at 21:54
  • I misunderstood that part. Then yes, yourselves is the only form that cannot be used in the singular form. – Hank Nov 18 '16 at 21:57

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