American Dictionary of the English Language

Dictionary Search


THEM, pronoun the objective case of they, and of both genders. [In our mother tongue, them is an adjective, answering to the, in the dative and ablative cases of both numbers. The common people continue to use it in the plural number as an adjective, for they say, bring them horses, or them horses are to be led to water.]

Go ye to them that sell, and buy for yourselves. Matthew 25:2.

Then shall the king say to them on his right hand, come, ye blessed of my Father-- Matthew 25:2.