Meaning of yassuh in English:

yassuh

(also yassur, assa)

Pronunciation /ˈjasʌ/

adverb

informal US
  • Used to express assent or agreement: ‘yes, sir’. Compare "yessir", "yessum".

    Chiefly in representations of African-American speech. Now sometimes used to highlight offensive expectations or stereotypes of black servility.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in All the Year Round. Representing a colloquial, chiefly African-American, pronunciation of yes, sir.