THY or Thy can refer to

  • Thy, the genitive case of the English personal pronoun thou (archaic)
  • THY, ICAO-code for Turkish Airlines
  • Thy (district), a district in northwestern Jutland, Denmark
  • Thymine, one of the four nucleobases in the nucleic acid of DNA
  • Thy1, or CD90 cell surface antigen

Other articles related to "thy":

Thy, Burkina Faso
... Thy is a village in the Tansila Department of Banwa Province in western Burkina Faso ... As of 2005 it had a population of 435 ...
State Songs Of Arizona - State Anthem - Lyrics
... For thy beauty and thy grandeur, For thy regal robes so sheen We hail thee Arizona Our Goddess and our queen ...
... Thy-1 or CD90 (Cluster of Differentiation 90) is a 25–37 kDa heavily N-glycosylated, glycophosphatidylinositol (GPI) anchored conserved cell surface protein with ... Thy-1 can be used as a marker for a variety of stem cells and for the axonal processes of mature neurons ... Structural study of Thy-1 lead to the foundation of the Immunoglobulin superfamily, of which it is the smallest member, and led to the first biochemical description and ...
List Of Love Thy Neighbor Episodes
... This is the List of Love Thy Neighbour Episodes This list contains each and every episode of Love Thy Neighbour originally broadcast between 13 April 1972 and 19 February 1976, thus includes the unaired ...
Saint Materiana - Origin
... calls her "Materiana, holy Mother" and prays her to "Over thy people still preside, over thy household, clothed in scarlet vesture of love and holy pride ...

Famous quotes containing the word thy:

    “My faith and troth I give back to thee,
    So may thy soul have rest.”
    Unknown. The Brown Girl (l. 51–52)

    poor Felix Randal;
    How far from then forethought of, all thy more boisterous years,
    When thou at the random grim forge, powerful amidst peers,
    Didst fettle for the great gray drayhorse his bright and battering
    Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844–1889)

    A little black thing among the snow
    Crying “’weep, ‘weep,” in notes of woe!
    “Where are thy father & mother? say?”
    “They are both gone up to the church to pray.
    William Blake (1757–1827)