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> say something like 'how art thou?' Indeed thee, thou, thy, thine, survive in
> certain Yorkshire dialects and it's not so long ago that Quakers would use
> them as a matter of course.
"Thee" also survives, albeit a bit reluctantly, in some popular music
lyrics where they couldn't find anything else that rhymed with "me".
Poetic license to kill the language.
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