The evening of yesterday; the evening last past.
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From Middle English, alteration of yestereven (“last night, yesterday evening”), from Old English ġiestranǣfen (“yesterday evening”), equivalent to yester- + even (“evening”).
yesterevening last night
yestereve (uncountable) (archaic) yesterday evening 1927, Edgar Rice Burrows, The Outlaw of Torn, edition HTML, The Gutenberg Project, published 2008: Only yestereve, you wot, one of Lord de Grey's men-at-arms came limping to us with the news of the awful carnage the foul fiend had wrought on his master's household.
Adverb yestereve (not comparable) (during) yesterday evening
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