thee etymology

Middle English word thee comes from Northern Yukaghir тэт, Proto-Indo-European *tóm, Old English forþon, Old English þȳ, Old English se, and later Proto-Germanic *sa (That.)

Detailed word origin of thee

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
тэт Northern Yukaghir (ykg)
*tóm Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
forþon Old English (ang)
þȳ Old English (ang)
se Old English (ang) That, he (masculine singular form) The That (masculine singular form).
*tū Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*sa Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) That.
forthy Middle English (enm)
*þiz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro)
Old English (ang)
þe Old English (ang) (demonstrative) the, he: late variant of se.
þē Old English (ang)
thyn Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as thee

Descendants of тэт
the thedom thi thin thine thou thow thu thy thyn ye yeten yo yoten þou þyn ȝe ȝeten
Descendants of forþon
Descendants of þȳ