ee noun, plural een eye(s): att twelve o’clock keep yer ee out... 16-.
een-gouged with eyes put out 20-. etymology: Scots; Northern Middle English ee; also collected by EMcC/PS and attested by DW in DB; attested by JS, BS in SS, BW and DW
een numeral one: Een of the bridesmaids deeked them binging avree thegither. [One of the bridesmaids saw them running away together.], mostly in North East Scotland, la18-. etymology: Scots; attested by SR and ET