Us is a pronoun.
The word comes from the Old English (or Olde Englishe) ūs and is not dissimilar to the Old High German (or Hendrik, as he prefers) uns. Us is not really that interesting a word, so we’re not sure why you’d want to know about it in the first place. It rhymes with ‘asparagus’, but without the ‘asparag’ part or that odd bathroom odor.
If you’re into details, there has been an “us” for as long as we’ve known each other. Before then, there was only him and me.
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Zombo: Raised by a pack of Outlaw Clowns, Zombo left behind a life of tiny cars and Clown White in favor of a more mundane existence. That lasted two days. He now wanders the West, teaching the ancient art of Clown-Fu to a new generation. He also watches far too many bad movies, and is firmly convinced that Death Race 2000 is a documentary.