There are 3 main definitions of me in English:


Syllabification: me


[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!


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 .


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).


me and mine

/ˈmē ən ˈmīn/ My relatives.
More 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.

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There are 3 main definitions of me in English:


Syllabification: Me


1.1Maître (title of a French advocate).

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