**Mine,**poss. pron. of the first pers. sing.; == belonging to me; 1) joined to nouns beginning with vowels, and used without any emphasis: “look in m. eye-balls,”

**Ven. 119**. “m. eyes are grey,”

**Ven. 119**

**Ven. 119**

**Lucr. 228**. “m. infamy,”

**Lucr. 228**“m. only care,”

**Sonn. 48, 7**. “m. art,”

**Tp. I, 2, 28**(v. 25

**my art**). “m. eyes,”

**Tp. I, 2, 28**“m. enemies,”

**Tp. I, 2, 28**“m. art,”

**Tp. I, 2, 28**

**Tp. I, 2, 28**

**Tp. I, 2, 28**

**II, 1, 106**.

**II, 1, 106**

**II, 1, 106**

**II, 1, 106**

**II, 1, 106**

**III, 1, 77**.

**III, 2, 123**.

**III, 2, 123**

**III, 3, 89**.

**IV, 28**.

**IV, 28**

**IV, 28**

**IV, 28**

**V, 53**.

**V, 53**

**Gent. II, 1, 77**.

**II, 4, 66**.

**II, 5, 1**.

**III, 1, 48**.

**III, 1, 48**

**III, 1, 48**

**V, 4, 64**.

**Meas. I, 1, 64**.

**II, 1, 187**.

**III, 1, 85**.

**IV, 2, 119**.

**IV, 2, 119**

**V, 59**.

**V, 59**

**Err. I, 2, 14**.

**II, 1, 48**.

**III, 1, 44**.

**III, 2, 62**.

**III, 2, 62**

**V, 30**.

**V, 30**

**V, 30**331 etc. etc. Joined with

**own**: “m. own love's might,”

**Sonn. 23, 8**. “from m. own library,”

**Tp. I, 2, 167**.

**Tp. I, 2, 167**

**Tp. I, 2, 167**

**II, 2, 128**.

**III, 1, 50**.

**IV, 1, 3**. Epil.

**IV, 1, 3**

**Gent. I, 2, 120**.

**I, 3, 82**.

**II, 4, 135**.

**II, 4, 135**

**II, 4, 135**

**IV, 4, 61**.

**Wiv. I, 1, 157**.

**II, 1, 88**.

**Meas. I, 1, 65**.

**II, 1, 30**.

**II, 1, 30**

**V, 377**.

**Err. I, 2, 33**.

**III, 1, 120**.

**III, 2, 61**etc. etc.

Before

**h**: “I am pale at m. heart,”

**Meas. IV, 3, 157**. “m. host:”

**Gent. IV, 2, 28**.

**Wiv. I, 1, 143**.

**Err. II, 2, 4**etc. etc. (cf.

**Host**). But “my ranting host,”

**Wiv. II, 1, 196**.

Used for

**my,**when separated from its noun: “the lady is dead upon m. and my master's false accusation,”

**Ado V, 1, 249**. “mine and my father's death come not upon thee,”

**Hml. V, 2, 341**. “m. and your mistress,”

**Cymb. V, 5, 230**. “for m., if I may call offence,”

**Per. I, 2, 92**. Even before a consonant: “his and m. loved darling,”

**Tp. III, 3, 93**.

Placed after its noun: “brother m.”

**Tp. V, 75**. “master m.”

**Wiv. I, 1, 164**.

**Shr. I, 1, 25**. “lady m.”

**H8 I, 2, 17**. “pupil m.”

**Rom. II, 3, 82**.

2) without a noun, but with reference to one preceding: “the creatures that were m.”

**Tp. I, 2, 82**. “to no sight but thine and m.”

**Tp. I, 2, 82**“this island's m.”

**Tp. I, 2, 82**“here's my hand. And m.”

**III, 1, 90**.

**IV, 201**.

**V, 20**.

**V, 20**

**V, 20**

**Gent. I, 1, 60**.

**II, 1, 1**.

**III, 1, 207**.

**IV, 4, 142**.

**Err. I, 2, 66**etc. etc.

**to be m.**== to belong to me: “he never should be m.”

**Gent. I, 2, 11**.

**III, 1, 365**.

**V, 4, 83**.

**Meas. V, 497**etc.

**let that be m.**== let that be my care; mind your own business,

**Meas. II, 2, 12**.

**Of m.,**immediately following a subst., properly == one of those whom or which I have: “this fair child of m. shall sum my count,”

**Sonn. 2, 10**. “there is a friend of m. come to town,”

**Wiv. IV, 5, 78**. “he's a good friend of m.”

**LLL IV, 1, 54**. “a good master of m.”

**LLL IV, 1, 54**“kinsmen of m.”

**H8 I, 1, 81**etc. But as often == of me, my: “they have murdered this poor heart of m.”

**Ven. 502**(== this my poor heart). “clear from this attaint of m.”

**Lucr. 825**. “in that sad hour of m.”

**Lucr. 825**“this face of m.”

**Gent. IV, 4, 190**. “the revolt of m. is dangerous,”

**Wiv. I, 3, 111**(some M. Edd., quite preposterously,

**of mien**). “to have it added to the faults of m.”

**Meas. II, 4, 72**. “this finger of m.”

**V, 316**. “your sister is no wife of m.”

**Err. III, 2, 42**. “give me the ring of m.”

**IV, 3, 69**. “a ring he hath of m. worth forty ducats,”

**IV, 3, 69**“these ears of m. did hear thee,”

**V, 26**.

**V, 26**“this grained face of m.”

**V, 26**“what stuff of m. hast thou embarked?”

**V, 26**“time hath not yet so dried this blood of m.”

**Ado IV, 1, 195**. “despise me, when I break this oath of m.”

**LLL V, 2, 441**. “his folly is no fault of m.”

**Mids. I, 1, 200**. “what wicked and dissembling glass of m. made me compare with Hermia's sphery eyne?”

**II, 2, 98**. “this aspect of m. hath feared the valiant,”

**Merch. II, 1, 8**.

**the balls of m.**(== my eyeballs)

**III, 2, 118**. “my loving greetings to those of m. in court,”

**All's I, 3, 259**(my friends or relations). “the youngest wren of m.”

**Tw. III, 2, 71**(M. Edd.

**nine**). “those provinces these arms of m. did conquer,”

**H6B I, 1, 120**. “whose natural gifts were poor to those of m.”

**Hml. I, 5, 52**etc. (cf. “the young whelp of Talbot's,”

**H6A IV, 7, 35**. “the mantle of Queen Hermione's,”

**Wint. V, 2, 36**. “the horn and noise o' the monster's,”

**Cor. III, 1, 95**. “these quick blows of Fortune's,”

**Tim. I, 1, 91**. “this dotage of our general's,”

**Ant. I, 1, 1**. “the business of Cleopatra's,”

**I, 2, 182**etc.).

3) substantively, == a) my property:

**myself I'll**“forfeit, so that other m. thou wilt restore, to be my comfort still,”

**Sonn. 134, 3**. “if you like me, she shall have me and m.”

**Shr. II, 385**. “one that fixes no bourn 'twixt his and m.”

**Wint. I, 2, 134**. b) the persons depending on me; my relations, my family: “should presently extirpate me and m.,”

**Tp. I, 2, 125**. “this title honours me and m.”

**H6C IV, 1, 72**. “so thrive I and m.”

**R3 II, 1, 24**. “thy justice will take hold on me and you and m. and yours,”

**R3 II, 1, 24**== my servants: “how pomp is followed! m. will now be yours; and should we shift estates, yours would be m.”

**Ant. V, 2, 151**.