Etymology 1 article (eye dialect of the English) Etymology 2
vb. (eye dialect of say lang=en nodot=1)(non-gloss definition: , to indicate a speaker with a speech impediment such as a lisp.) Etymology 3
pron. (obsolete spelling of they English)
Thay may refer to:
- Thầy Temple, a Buddhist temple in the province of Greater Hanoi, Vietnam
- A Vietnamese term (thầy) for "teacher" often applied to Thích Nhất Hạnh (born 1926), Vietnamese Zen Buddhist monk, teacher, author, poet and peace activist
- Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay (born 1951), Malaysian entrepreneur
- List of Forgotten Realms nations#Thay, a fictional country in the Forgotten Realms role-playing game
- Thay, a member of the fictional Cult of Skaro in Doctor Who television series
Usage examples of "thay".
Knox, a correspondent of the New York Herald, has been by the sentence of a court-martial excluded from the military department under command of Major-General Grant, and also that General Thayer, president of the court-martial which rendered the sentence, and Major-General McClernand, in command of a corps of that department, and many other respectable persons, are of opinion that Mr.
Thayer worked for Thomas, but not as phytotomist, or plant expert or whatever the word meant.
Following the retransfer of Colonel Silas Thayer to Earth, the inspired leadership of Major Wayne Jackson and his indefatigable and exceptionally able assistants, notably CLU President Boles, transformed the technically unfortified and thinly settled key world of Roye within twelve years into a virtual death trap for any invading force.
Thay axed me if thare was an body in the Sperret land which I wood like to convarse with.
Anthony of Rhode Island, Cameron of Pennsylvania, Cattell of New Jersey, Chandler of Michigan, Cole of California, Conkling of New York, Conness of California, Corbett of Oregon, Cragin of New Hampshire, Drake of Missouri, Edmunds of Vermont, Ferry of Connecticut, Frelinghuysen of New Jersey, Harlan of Iowa, Howard of Michigan, Howe of Wisconsin, Morgan of New York, Morrill of Maine, Morrill of Vermont, Morton of Indiana, Nye of Nevada, Patterson of New Hampshire, Pomeroy of Kansas, Ramsey of Minnesota, Sherman of Ohio, Sprague of Rhode Island, Stewart of Nevada, Sumner of Massachusetts, Thayer of Nebraska, Tipton of Nebraska, Wade of Ohio, Willey of West Virginia, Williams of Oregon, Wilson of Massachusetts, and Yates of Illinois.
He was supported by the powerful influence of Charles Sumner, then at the height of his popularity, and by Adin Thayer, the ablest political organizer in Massachusetts.
Thay aint over stockt with branes, but Thay hav brass enuff to make suffishunt kittles to bile all the sope that will be required by the ensooin sixteen ginerashuns.
I wood here take occashun to advise peple when thay run agin, as thay sumtimes will, these miserable papers, to not pay no attenshun to um.
Storm knew, that kept the place safe from the archmages of the evil Zhentarim, the Red Wizards of Thay, and worse.
The name of the cantata has not been ascertained, though Thayer conjectures it to have been on the death of the Emperor Leopold II.
Thay tan hym bytwene hem, wyth talkyng hym leden To chambre, to chemne, and chefly Thay asken Spyce3, that vnsparely men speded hom to bryng, And the wynnelych wyne therwith vche tyme.
Bot hit ar ladyes inno3e that leuer wer nowthe Haf the, hende, in hor holde, as I the habbe here, To daly with derely your daynte worde3, Keuer hem comfort and colen her care3, Then much of the garysoun other golde that thay hauen.
Thenn thurled thay ayther thik side thur3 bi the rybbe, And henged thenne ayther bi ho3e3 of the fourchez, Vche freke for his fee, as falle3 for to haue.
The beuerage wat3 bro3t forth in bourde at that tyme, Thenne thay louelych le3ten leue at the last, Vche burne to his bedde busked bylyue.
Alle hasped in his he3 wede to halle thay hym wonnen, Ther fayre fyre vpon flet fersly brenned.