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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 ?
Why, thou didst but just now rap me thrice, and I thee never a once, save by overbearing thee by my strength."
I am right glad to see thee, Will, and thou wilt add great honor and credit to my band of merry fellows.
I see thee deafened with the noise of the great men, and stung all over with the stings of the little ones.
CREON I protest to these, Not thee, and for thine answer to thy kin, If e'er I take thee--
"Aye, aye, Seth's at no harm, mother, thee mayst be sure.
Rachel now took down a snowy moulding-board, and, tying on an apron, proceeded quietly to making up some biscuits, first saying to Mary,--"Mary, hadn't thee better tell John to get a chicken ready?" and Mary disappeared accordingly.
These two thrones except, The rest are barbarous, and scarce worth the sight, Shared among petty kings too far removed; These having shewn thee, I have shewn thee all The kingdoms of the world, and all their glory.
OEDIPUS I would not have thee banished, no, but dead, That men may mark the wages envy reaps.
For the sake of him who loves Thee beyond all else that moves, When thy Pack would make thee pain, Say: "Tabaqui sings again." When thy Pack would work thee ill, Say: "Shere Khan is yet to kill." When the knife is drawn to slay, Keep the Law and go thy way.(Root and honey, palm and spathe, Guard a cub from harm and scathe!) Wood and Water, Wind and Tree, Jungle-Favour go with thee!
A few days more, thou knowest, my Alessandra, Will make thee mine.
Give thanks to God, Sancho, that they signed the cross on thee just now with a stick, and did not mark thee per signum crucis with a cutlass."
Up led by thee Into the Heav'n of Heav'ns I have presum'd, An Earthlie Guest, and drawn Empyreal Aire, Thy tempring; with like safetie guided down Return me to my Native Element: Least from this flying Steed unrein'd, (as once BELLEROPHON, though from a lower Clime) Dismounted, on th' ALEIAN Field I fall Erroneous, there to wander and forlorne.