Ye'ster. adj. [ghister, Dutch; hesternus, Latin.] Being next before the present day. It is not often used but in composition with another word, as day or night.
Love might as well be sow'd upon our sands,
As in a breast so barren:
To love an enemy, the only one
Remaining too, whom yester sun beheld
Must'ring her charms. Dryden's Don Sebastian.