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thee

 (thē)
pron.The objective case of thou1
1.
a. Used as the direct object of a verb.
b. Used as the indirect object of a verb.
2. Used as the object of a preposition.
3. Used in the nominative as well as the objective case, especially by members of the Society of Friends.

thee

(ðiː)
pron
1. the objective form of thou1
2. (subjective) rare refers to the person addressed: used mainly by members of the Society of Friends
[Old English thē; see thou1]

thee

(ði)

pron.
1. the objective case of thou: With this ring, I thee wed.
2. thou (now used chiefly by the Friends).
[before 900; Middle English; Old English thē (orig. dat.; later dat. and acc.)]
Translations
إياك
tebetoběty
dig
neked
òig, òér, òín
tevtevi
senseni

thee

[ðiː] PRON (o.f., poet) → te; (after prep) → ti
with theecontigo

thee

pron (old, dial: objective case of thou, dir obj, with prep +acc) → Euch (obs), → dich (also Eccl); (indir obj, with prep +dat) → Euch (obs), → dir (also Eccl); God be with theeGott sei mit dir; for thee and thinefür dich und die deinen or Deinen

thee

[ðiː] pron (old) (poet) → ti

thee

(ðiː) pronoun
an old word for `you' used only when addressing one person, especially God (usually Thee), as the object of a verb. We thank Thee for Thy goodness.
References in classic literature ?
Hither, hither, from thy home, Airy sprite, I bid thee come
He began, `Oh, great and just God, no man among us knows what the sleeper knows, nor is it for us to judge what lies between him and Thee.
I am glad to encounter thee, friend," continued the maiden, waving her hand to the stranger to proceed, as she urged her Narragansett to renew its amble.
If thou feelest it to be for thy soul's peace, and that thy earthly punishment will thereby be made more effectual to salvation, I charge thee to speak out the name of thy fellow-sinner and fellow-sufferer
Lad, lad, I tell thee thou must not follow Ahab now.
And so thee still thinks of going to Canada, Eliza?
Hail holy light, ofspring of Heav'n first-born, Or of th' Eternal Coeternal beam May I express thee unblam'd?
Sir Prior,'' he said, ``thou blowest a merry note, but it may not ransom thee we cannot afford, as the legend on a good knight's shield hath it, to set thee free for a blast.
Thou mayest suppose, Lothario my friend, that I am unable to give sufficient thanks for the favours God has rendered me in making me the son of such parents as mine were, and bestowing upon me with no niggard hand what are called the gifts of nature as well as those of fortune, and above all for what he has done in giving me thee for a friend and Camilla for a wife- two treasures that I value, if not as highly as I ought, at least as highly as I am able.
Aye, aye, Seth's at no harm, mother, thee mayst be sure.
Tell me where thy barracks are and I will set thee there.
For the sake of him who loves Thee beyond all else that moves, When thy Pack would make thee pain, Say: "Tabaqui sings again.