Travish: Here ye! Here ye!
[Old Timey Language Liberrian 20:30:51]: Librarian ‘(Censored)’ has joined the session.
[OTLL 20:30:58]: Hi, I’m (Censored), a OTLL helping to answer questions for your library. How can I help you?
[OTLL 20:31:30]: did you have a question?
[Travish 20:31:43]: i hear that alot but i dont know what it means?
[OTLL 20:32:02]: ok, let me find some information about that saying for you
[Travish 20:32:17]: Thanks!
[OTLL 20:35:01]: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/hear_ye
[Travish 20:36:18]: so it means listen to me? that would explain why mr matthews says it
[OTLL 20:36:40]: it is used now at the beginning of court procedures, or in French Oyez, Oyez
[OTLL 20:37:33]: but in medieval times it would have been the first thing a town crier said before reading a document announcing something for the King
[OTLL 20:37:38]: does that help?
[Travish 20:37:58]: so the french version of mr matthews says oyez oyez?
[OTLL 20:38:07]: O dpm
[Travish 20:38:14]: oh i did NOT see your last part!
[OTLL 20:38:20]: sorry, I’m not familiar with Mr. Matthews
[Travish 20:38:38]: so if mr matthews is making an announcement for the principal then it would make perfect sense!
[Travish 20:38:47]: mr matthews is my teacher and a idiot
[Travish 20:39:44]: my name is Travish THANKS for your help!
[OTLL 20:40:06]: yes,
[OTLL 20:40:16]: it just means, please pay attention
[OTLL 20:40:48]: http://www.havefunwithhistory.com/movies/townCrier.html
[OTLL 20:41:05]: you’re welcome, Travish
[Travish 20:41:17]: well i have problems doing that, ESPECIALLY when he is talking about the war of 1912
[OTLL 20:41:18]: can I help you with anything else?
[Travish 20:41:48]: no, thats it! THANKS!!
[OTLL 20:42:13]: you’re welcome. thanks for using (Censored)
Here ye! Here ye! Mr. Matthews is annoying and stupid!!