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thy

 (thī)
adj.The possessive form of thou1
Used as a modifier before a noun.

[Middle English, variant of thin, thine, from Old English thīn; see tu- in Indo-European roots.]
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thy

(ðaɪ)
determiner
(usually preceding a consonant) archaic belonging to or associated in some way with you (thou): thy goodness and mercy. Compare thine
[C12: variant of thine]
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thy

(ðaɪ)

pron.
the possessive case of thou (used as an attributive adjective before a noun beginning with a consonant sound): thy table. Compare thine.
[1125–75; Middle English; variant of thine]
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Translations
مِلْكُكَ، ما يَخُصُّكَ
tvátvůj
din
òinn
tavs
senin

thy

(archaic) [ðaɪ] POSS ADJ (sing) → tu; (pl) → tus
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thy

[ˈðaɪ] adjton(ta), tes pl
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thy

poss adj (old, dial) before vowel <thine> → Euer/Eure/Euer (obs); (dial, to God)dein/deine/dein
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thy

[ðaɪ] poss adj (old) (poet) → il/la tuo/a
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thy

(ðai) adjective
an old word for `your' used only when addressing one person, especially God. thy father.
thine (ðain) pronoun
an old word for `yours' used only when addressing one person, especially God. Thine is the glory.
adjective
the form of thy used before a vowel or vowel sound. Thine anger is great; thine honour.
thyˈself pronoun
an old word for `yourself'. Look at thyself.
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References in periodicals archive ?
This translation brings historian and journalist Jochen Thies' book on the goals of Adolph Hitler into English.
Thies, PhD, vice president of medical and scientific affairs at the Chicago-based Alzheimer's Association.
al., 1995; Dunn & DeBello, 1999; Dunn, Thies, & Honigsfeld, 2001).