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my

 (mī)
adj. The possessive form of I1.
1. Used as a modifier before a noun: my boots; my accomplishments.
2. Used preceding various forms of polite, affectionate, or familiar address: My friend, you are so right.
3. Used in various interjectional phrases: My word! My goodness!
interj.
Used as an exclamation of surprise, pleasure, or dismay: Oh, my! What a tiring day!

[Middle English mi, from Old English mīn; see me- in Indo-European roots. Interj., short for My God!.]

my

(maɪ)
determiner
1. of, belonging to, or associated with the speaker or writer (me): my own ideas; do you mind my smoking?.
2. used in various forms of address: my lord; my dear boy.
3. used in various exclamations: my goodness!.
interj
an exclamation of surprise, awe, etc: my, how you've grown!.
[C12 mī, variant of Old English mīn when preceding a word beginning with a consonant]

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abbreviation for
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my

(maɪ)

pron.
1. a form of the possessive case of I used as an attributive adjective: My soup is cold.
2. (used in various forms of address): my lord; my dear Mrs. Adams.
3. (used in various exclamations of surprise, dismay, disagreement, etc.): my goodness! my foot!
interj.
4. (used as an exclamation of mild surprise or dismay): My, what a big house this is!
[1125–75; Middle English mi, variant of min, Old English mīn; see mine1]
usage: See me.

my-

var. of myo- before a vowel: myalgia.
Translations
تُسْتَعْمَل للتَّعْبير عن الدَّهْشَهلي، خاصَّتيي
můjno né!
minmitminedu godeste!
mia
minun
मेरा
moj
én: -m
minnmittja, hérna!mín
私の
나의저의
meus
manovaje!aš pats
manssavs
meu
môjno nie!
moj
min
ของฉัน
benimHayret!Vay!Aman!
của tôi

my

[maɪ]
A. POSS ADJ (with singular noun) → mi; (with plural noun) → mis
my friendmi amigo
my booksmis libros
my two best friendsmis dos mejores amigos
my own carmi propio coche
they stole my carme robaron el coche
I'm washing my hairme estoy lavando la cabeza
I took off my coatme quité el abrigo
B. EXCL¡caramba!

my

[maɪ] adj
(gen)mon(ma), mes pl
my father → mon père
my aunt → ma tante
my parents → mes parents
my friend (male)mon ami; (female)mon amie
(with parts of the body) I want to wash my hair → je voudrais me laver les cheveux
I'm going to clean my teeth → je vais me brosser les dents
I've hurt my foot → je me suis fait mal au pied

my

poss adjmein; I’ve hurt my leg/armich habe mir das Bein/den Arm verletzt; my father and mothermein Vater und meine Mutter; of course, my darlingnatürlich, Liebling; in my countrybei uns, in meinem Land (form); my God!mein Gott!; my goodness!(du) meine Güte!
interj (surprise) → (du) meine Güte, du liebe Zeit; (delight) → ach, oh; my, my, hasn’t she grown!nein so was, die ist vielleicht groß geworden

my

[maɪ] poss adjil/la mio/a, pl i/le miei/mie
this is my house → questa è la mia casa
my brother → mio fratello

my

(mai) adjective
of or belonging to me. That is my book; I hurt my leg; She borrowed my pen.
interjection
used to express surprise. My, how you've grown!
myˈself pronoun
1. used as the object of a verb or preposition when the speaker or writer is the object of an action he or she performs. I cut myself while shaving; I looked at myself in the mirror.
2. used to emphasize I, ~me or the name of the speaker or writer. I myself can't tell you, but my friend will; I don't intend to go myself.

see also mine1.

my

ي: ضَمِيرُ الْـمُتَكَلِم الْـمُضَافِ إِلَيه můj min mein δικός μου mi minun mon moj mio 私の 나의 mijn min mój meu мой min ของฉัน benim của tôi 我的

my

a. mi, mis; mío-a, míos-as.