Thee

Thee intransitive verb [ Anglo-Saxon ...eón ; akin to Old Saxon thīhan , D. ge dijen , G. ge deihen , Old High German gi dihan , Goth. ...eihan , Lithuanian tekti to fall to the lot of. Confer Tight , adjective ] T...
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Thee

Thee pron. [ Anglo-Saxon ðē , acc. & dat. of ðū thou. See Thou .] The objective case of thou . See Thou . » Thee is poetically used for thyself , as him for himself , etc. « This sword hath ended him; so shall it t...
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Thee

• (a.) To thrive; to prosper. • (pron.) The objective case of thou. See Thou.
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