From Middle English mi, my, apocopated form of min, myn, from Old English mīn (“my, mine”), from Proto-Germanic *mīnaz (“my, mine”, pron.) (possessive of *ek (“I”)), from Proto-Indo-European *méynos (“my; mine”). Cognate with West Frisian myn (“my”), Afrikaans my (“my”), Dutch mijn (“my”), German mein (“my”), Swedish min (“my”). More at me.
- First-person singular possessive determiner. See Appendix:Possessive#English.
- Belonging to me.
- Associated with me.
- Related to me.
- In the possession of me.
An abbreviation of an oath such as my word or my Lord
- Used to express surprise, shock or amazement.