listen to the pronunciation of thee
Englisch - Türkisch
eski seni
eski sen

Adını öğrenmeden ve yüzünü görmeden önceleri de sana âşıktım. - Twice and thrice had I loved thee before I knew thy face or name.


Ben onun seni sevdiğini sanıyordum, ama gerçekte, o başka bir kız seviyordu. - I thought he loved you, but as it is, he loved another girl.

Senin gelmeyeceğini düşündüm. - I thought you wouldn't come.

Tell me with whom thou goest and I'll tell thee what thou doest
(Atasözü) Bana arkadaşını şöyle, sana kim olduğunu söyleyeyim
fare thee well
tarifeden sana iyi
of thee
{ç} ye (yi) zam., eski sen (-in hali thy, thine; -i hali thee; çoğ., -in hali your; çoğ., -i hali you)
Englisch - Englisch
Objective case of thou

When our Chiefs command us, we never require the reasons: I can say nothing else to thee.


Thee is a little strange, I think.

to thrive
{p} the oblique case sing. of thou
The objective case of thou
pron. you, thou (Archaic)
Thee is an old-fashioned, poetic, or religious word for `you' when you are talking to only one person. It is used as the object of a verb or preposition. I miss thee, beloved father. a word meaning 'you', used as the object of a sentence
To thrive; to prosper
thee sen

I'm not doing it, do it thee sen!.

the Philistines be upon thee Samson
your enemies are coming to get you (Biblical words of warning: be careful, watch out)
fare thee well
Goodbye, farewell

I must not hear thee; fare thee well, kind maid.

fare thee well
The greatest extent; completion; a state of refinement or perfection
Alternative spelling of fare thee well
me and thee
me and you. See also thee
To address (a person) using the pronoun thou, especially as an expression of familiarity or contempt

Don't thou them as thous thee! (Yorkshire English admonition to overly familiar children).

you (singular informal)
To use the word thou
to a fare thee well
Alternative spelling of to a fare-thee-well
to a fare-thee-well
To the greatest extent or to completion; to a state of refinement or perfection

Market participants are painfully learning the limits to slicing and dicing mortgages to a fine fare-thee-well.

to a fine fare-thee-well
Alternative form of to a fare-thee-well
{v} to address or treat with familiarity
{p} the second person, the person to whom we speak
I Vow To Thee My Country
a British patriotic song, the music for which was written by Gustav Holst, which is often played at school ceremonies and similar events in the UK
My Country 'Tis of Thee
a patriotic song that praises the US. It has the same tune as the British song God Save the Queen, and it begins: My country 'tis of thee,/Sweet land of liberty,/Of thee I sing
Of Thee I Sing
{i} 1931 musical composed by George Gershwin
state of perfection; the utmost degree; "they polished the furniture to a fare-thee-well
state of perfection; the utmost degree; "they polished the furniture to a fare-thee-well"
The use of "thou" here is condescending or impolite "Thou" in Donne's time was used only for close friends, lovers, children, or for people of lower social status When another 16th century poet, Sir Philip Sidney, wrote : With how sad steps, O Moon, thou climb'st the skies he was addressing the moon with tenderness Here, on the other hand, Donne is treating the sun like a noisy child "You" would have been much more polite
To address (a person) using the pronoun
Thou is an old-fashioned, poetic, or religious word for `you' when you are talking to only one person. It is used as the subject of a verb. see also holier-than-thou. A thousand, especially of dollars
A thousand, especially a thousand dollars, a thousand pounds sterling, etc
To address as thou, esp
pn In older English usage, the familiar second person singular pronoun, as contrasted to 'you', the formal and plural second person pronoun
Unit of measurement relating to thickness, width etc Short for thousandths as in thousandths of an inch One thou is expressed as 0 001"
A unit of length equal to one-thousandth of an inch
To use the word
To use the words thou and thee in discourse after the manner of the Friends
The second personal pronoun, in the singular number, denoting the person addressed; thyself; the pronoun which is used in addressing persons in the solemn or poetical style
the cardinal number that is the product of 10 and 100
to do so in order to treat with insolent familiarity or contempt
pron. you (Archaic)
with this ring I thee wed
with this ring we are joined as husband and wife (phrase from traditional wedding vows)

    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈᴛʜē/ /ˈðiː/


    [ '[th]E ] (pronoun, archaic objective cas.) From Middle English, from Old English þē (“thee”, originally dative, but later also accusative), from Proto-Germanic *þiz (“thee”), from Proto-Indo-European *te- (“second person singular pronoun”). Cognate with Low Saxon di (“thee”), German dir (“thee”, dative pron.), Icelandic þér (“thee”). More at thou.

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