My Definition

adjective
Used as a modifier before a noun.
My boots; my accomplishments.
American Heritage
Used preceding various forms of polite, affectionate, or familiar address.
My friend, you are so right.
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Used in various interjectional phrases.
My word! My goodness!
American Heritage
The definition of my is saying something belongs to you.
An example of my is when the owner of a boat says, “That’s my boat.”
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Of, belonging to, made by, or done by me.
My Lord, my dear Mr. Brown.
Webster's New World
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interjection
Used to express surprise, dismay, disbelief, etc.
Oh, my! my goodness! my eye!
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abbreviation
May.
Webster's New World

Motor Yacht - diesel-driven yacht.

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The ccTLD for Malaysia as assigned by the IANA.

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Origin of My

  • Middle English mi from Old English mīn me-1 in Indo-European roots Interj., short for My God!

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

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