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thy

[ thahy ]
/ ðaɪ /
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pronoun
the possessive case of thou (used as an attributive adjective before a noun beginning with a consonant sound): thy table.

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Origin of thy

1125–75; Middle English; variant of thine
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British Dictionary definitions for thy

thy
/ (ðaɪ) /

determiner
(usually preceding a consonant) archaic belonging to or associated in some way with you (thou)thy goodness and mercy Compare thine

Word Origin for thy

C12: variant of thine
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