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Syllabification: me

pronoun

[first person singular]
1Used by a speaker to refer to himself or herself as the object of a verb or preposition: do you understand me? wait for me! Compare with I2.
1.1Used after the verb “to be” and after “than” or “as”: hi, it’s me you have more than me
1.2North American informal To or for myself: I’ve got me a job
2 informal Used in exclamations: dear me! silly me!

Usage

1 Traditional grammar teaches that it is correct to say between you and me and incorrect to say between you and I. For details, see between (usage). 2 Which of the following is correct: you have more than me, or you have more than I? See personal pronoun (usage).

Phrases

me and mine

1
ˈmē ən ˈmīn My relatives.
Example sentences
  • You know, I could let this turn me bitter and hateful, but that's only affecting me and mine.
  • For Quentin, for Maggie, and for me and mine, I'll extinguish the life out of you!
  • Take this as a warning; if you ever come near me and mine again, I will kill you.

Origin

Old English , accusative and dative of I2, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch mij, German mir (dative), from an Indo-European root shared by Latin me, Greek (e)me, and Sanskrit .

Words that rhyme with me

absentee, açai, addressee, adoptee, agree, allottee, amputee, appellee, appointee, appraisee, après-ski, assignee, asylee, attendee, bailee, bain-marie, Bangui, bargee, bawbee, be, Bea, bee, bootee, bouquet garni, bourgeoisie, Brie, BSc, buckshee, Capri, cc, chimpanzee, cohabitee, conferee, consignee, consultee, Cree, debauchee, decree, dedicatee, Dee, degree, deportee, dernier cri, detainee, devisee, devotee, divorcee, draftee, dree, Dundee, dungaree, eau-de-vie, emcee, employee, endorsee, en famille, ennui, enrollee, escapee, esprit, evacuee, examinee, expellee, fee, fiddle-de-dee, flea, flee, fleur-de-lis, foresee, franchisee, free, fusee (US fuzee), Gardaí, garnishee, gee, ghee, glee, goatee, grandee, Grand Prix, grantee, Guarani, guarantee, he, HMRC, indictee, inductee, internee, interviewee, invitee, jamboree, Jaycee, jeu d'esprit, key, knee, Lea, lee, legatee, Leigh, lessee, Ley, licensee, loanee, lychee, manatee, Manichee, maquis, Marie, marquee, Midi, mortgagee, MSc, nominee, obligee, Otomi, parolee, Parsee, parti pris, patentee, Pawnee, payee, pea, pee, permittee, plc, plea, pledgee, pollee, presentee, promisee, quay, ratatouille, referee, refugee, releasee, repartee, retiree, returnee, rupee, scot-free, scree, sea, secondee, see, settee, Shanxi, Shawnee, shchi, she, shea, si, sirree, ski, spree, standee, suttee, tant pis, tea, tee, tee-hee, Tennessee, testee, the, thee, three, thuggee, Tiree, Torquay, trainee, Tralee, transferee, tree, Trincomalee, trustee, tutee, twee, Twi, undersea, vestee, vis-à-vis, wagon-lit, Waikiki, warrantee, we, wee, whee, whoopee, ye, yippee, Zuider Zee

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Me 2 Syllabification: Me

abbreviation

1.1Maître (title of a French advocate).

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ME 3 Syllabification: ME

noun

British
A medical condition of unknown cause, with fever, aching, and prolonged tiredness and depression, typically occurring after a viral infection. Also called chronic fatigue syndrome.
Example sentences
  • Many doctors treating ME patients now favour the holistic approach.
  • ME can affect any age group, including school children and the elderly, but most commonly it affect young adults.
  • I also take Evening Primose oil which I read is supposed to help people with ME.

Origin

1980s: short for myalgic encephalomyelitis or myalgic encephalopathy.

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ME 4 Syllabification: ME

abbreviation

1.2Middle English.

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