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What Biblical pronoun has the same meaning as the following modern pronoun? you (nominative)
you would be "thou"
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User: What Biblical pronoun has the same meaning as the following modern pronoun? you (nominative)

Weegy: you would be "thou"
Expert answered|jhehe|Points 95|

User: What Biblical pronoun has the same meaning as the following modern pronoun? you (objective)

Weegy: Thee or thou mean you.
Expert answered|rugmaker|Points 1597|

Asked 6/19/2012 10:11:47 AM
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