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Forms: me (data provider: donatus-sup)
Baretti: A dictionary of the English and Italian languages
Me, pron. from io, (in the oblique cases,) di —, of me; a —, to me; da —, from me; O —! ah me! misero a —! wretch that I am! Me always precedes the conjunctive pronouns lo, li, gli, la, le. Melo direte, you will tell it me. It also precedes the particle ne, and is often expletive. The old writers use mee and mene instead of me.Me', adv. (poet.) for meglio,
1. better; 2. for mezzo, middle. Per —, through the middle, between.
Florio: a worlde of wordes, or most copious, dictionarie in Italian and English
me: o, a nick-name that some vse to call their tame Asses by. Vsed also for Mío, mine, mine owne. Also the hearbe Spignell, Mew, Bearewort, or Baldemonie.