Prithee

Prithee is an archaic English interjection formed from a corruption of the phrase pray thee, which was initially an exclamation of contempt used to indicate a subject`s triviality. The earliest recorded appearance of the word prithee according to the Oxford English Dictionary was in 1577 and the last appearance was in 1875 while it is most common....
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Prithee

• (interj.) A corruption of pray thee; as, I prithee; generally used without I.
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Prithee

Prith'ee interj. A corruption of pray thee ; as, I prithee ; generally used without I . Shak. « What was that scream for, I prithee L'Estrange. « Prithee , tell me, Dimple-chin.» E. C. Stedman.
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prithee

expression of wish or request
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