how to use "thine"?
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Thine is a colloquial , lyrical or religious term for 'yours' on one-on-one conversation.
Thine word is to be used before a vowel.
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"Thine" is an old fashioned word for "yours" . It's used in poems and mostly in Shakespeare's writings. If you want to used it, for example you can say,"thine eyes" , meaning "your eyes."
When you are talking to just one person, example I am thine. It is a poetic word.
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Thine is used in poems, in literature stories, especially from Shakespeare or in the bible. It means 'yours'
it means (your) and is used before a word beginning with a vowel or 'h'. E.g., wait on the Lord; be of good courage, and he shall strengthen thine heart.
Hello, First of all, know that this word is old-fashioned and isn't used nowadays. You can see it in the Bible, old books, and poems. As a pronoun, it means (yours) As an adjective, it means (your) and is used before a word beginning with a vowel or 'h'. E.g., wait on the Lord; be of good courage, and he shall strengthen thine heart.
Hi Shakespeare used them . Old style English For your and yours Best regards
It is an old form of english that we don't use today but can be found in old literature, old poems (Shakespearean Poems for example) and the Bible. Thine and Thy are old forms of "Your" and "Yours" Although we use "thine" before a vowel and thy before a consonant For Example; "This above all: to thine own self be true" - Hamlet, Act I, Scene III "In thy face I see the map of honour, truly and loyalty." - Henry VI