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What do thou, thy, and thee mean?

thou = you
thee = you
thy = your
thine = yours

thou, thee, thy, and thine correspond to I, me, my, and mine in terms of usage (subject case, object case, possessive adjective, possessive pronoun). They are obsolete singular second-person forms.

CJ
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This is old, beautiful English that is used today only in poetry and by certain religious groups. Those forms were used for singular "you." Thou art a good student. = You (singular) are a good student; With this ring, I do thee wed. = I marry you with this ring. (Today some people still say this when they get married); Is this thy book? = Is this your book?; This is thine. = This is yours.
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It means I read the bible it'sgood for you
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