I know of no similar word for “everything”. I doubt it exists. Here is the well known (locally at least) Yorkshireman’s motto:
Ear all, see all, say nowt;
Eat all, sup all, pay nowt;
And if ivver tha does owt fer nowt –
Allus do it fer thissen.
Loosely translated, this is:
Hear everything, see everything, say nothing
Eat everything, drink everything, pay nothing
And if ever you do anything for nothing
Always do it for yourself
If there were a word for “everything”, it would surely appear in this caricaturing ditty. It does not, so the likelihood is that no such word is in common use. And I never heard one during my upbringing in deepest Yorkshire.
I often heard all as in constructions such as:
Has tha go’ all’us tha needs?
Have you got all (everything) that you need?
(Note: “all” is pronounced with a short “a”, as in “as” rather than in “fall”. Forgive my ignorance of phonetic symbolism.)