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thy

adjective \ˈthī\

Definition of THY

archaic
:  of or relating to thee or thyself especially as possessor or agent or as object of an action —used especially in ecclesiastical or literary language and sometimes by Friends especially among themselves
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Origin of THY

Middle English thin, thy, from Old English thīn, genitive of thū thou — more at thou
First Known Use: 12th century

Rhymes with THY

THY Defined for Kids

thy

adjective \ˈthī\

Definition of THY for Kids

:  your <“Out!” snapped Father Wolf. “Out, and hunt with thy master.” — Rudyard Kipling, The Jungle Book> Hint:Thy is a very old word that still appears in books and sayings from long ago. People also use it today to imitate that old way of speaking.

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