AskDefine | Define thy

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English

Pronunciation

  • /ðaɪ/, /DaI/,
  • Rhymes with: -aɪ

Etymology

From the thi.

Pronoun

thy
  1. That belongs to thee; the possessive form of thou.
  2. (Archaic or literary): your (informal); that belongs to you (singular).

Translations

  • Finnish: sinun + -si possessive suffix appended to the thing(s) owned
  • French: ton m sing, ta f sing, tes m & f pl
    Note: In French, the gender of this adjective agrees with the thing(s) owned, not with the owner.
  • German: dein , deine
  • Italian: tuo m sing, tua f sing, tuoi m|p, tue f|p
    Note: In Italian, the gender of this adjective agrees with the thing(s) owned, not with the owner.

Extensive Definition

THY or Thy can refer to
  • Thy, the genitive case of the English personal pronoun thou (archaic)
  • THY, short for Turkish Airlines
  • Thy (district), a district in northwestern Jutland, Denmark
  • Thy1, or CD90 cell surface protein, a protein in stem cells
  • A Hungarian-developed web server
  • Thy, a Vietnamese given name
thy in Esperanto: THY
thy in Italian: THY
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