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thee

pronoun uk   us   /ðiː/ old use
you; object form of thou; used when speaking to one person: With this ring, I thee wed.
Translations of “thee”
in Vietnamese (từ cổ) ngươi, Người…
in Spanish vos (en España)…
in Thai ท่าน (คำโบราณ)…
in Malaysian engkau, mu…
in French t’, te, toi…
in German dich, dir…
in Chinese (Traditional) 你,汝 (thou 的受格)…
in Indonesian Anda…
in Chinese (Simplified) 你,汝 (thou 的宾格)…
(Definition of thee from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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