How to Pronounce Thee?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Thee" is [ðˈiː], [ðˈiː], [ð_ˈiː].

What are the misspellings for Thee?

"Thee" in context

Thee is an archaic pronoun used to address a single person in the third person. It is typically used in cases when addressing a particular person of status and authority, such as addressing a god, a person's spouse, or someone of high standing, such as a king or queen. Thee is commonly seen in religious or spiritual writing, such as the Bible or other sacred texts, as a form of deference to something divine. Thee is also sometimes seen in literature, poems, and song lyrics as a form of poetic expression. In modern English, thee is largely not used.

What are similar-sounding words for Thee?


Add the infographic to your website:

Word of the day


  • 3oda
  • asada
  • asoda