In order to express "Y'all", do you simply say "vi ĉiuj"?
Addendum: I thought my question was clear - I know "you" and "vi" are equivalent - both used for singular and plural "yous" (hihi). Language use can be very creative and I was wondering what other fun ways Esperanto speakers have found to express the plural you, as well as, if there are any, fun ways of also conveying the dialectal beauty of "How are y'all doing?", "How are y'all's dogs?".
Some words and expressions can't be translated, I know. Sometimes it might just be my imagination that is lacking. Hence my question.