Ye (pronoun)

  1. The pronoun used to refer to a person or people, now mainly in archaic or dialect use.
  2. Used in writing or speech to address the reader or the person being spoken to.

Origin:

Middle english: from old english gē.

Examples:

  1. Hear ye, hear ye!
  2. Good morrow, ye fine folk.
  3. Ye shall not steal.
  4. How art thou, ye old man?
  5. Fare thee well, ye proud city.
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