Are you a Yankee?
To me an American,
To you, New England?
Wikipedia has a fascinating entry for the word Yankee. To me, in the UK, and also in Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and Canada, it means an American. It even translates phonetically in other languages, yanqui, janke, jänkare, jekii, yankī. To an American from the South it means a Northerner, to a Northerner it means a New Englander, to a New Englander it means a Connecticut person, or a Vermonter, depending on the reference, and to a Connecticut or Vermont person it means someone descended from the early English settlers.
Y is for Yankee in th NATO phonetic alphabet!