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Language: Old English
Origin:

me

pronoun
     
me S1 W1 [object form of 'I']
1XX used by the person speaking or writing to refer to himself or herself:
Stop, you're hurting me.
He bought me a drink.
Give that book to me.
She's two years older than me.
That's me, standing on the left.
2

me too

spoken used to tell someone that you feel the same way as they do, that you are in a similar situation etc:
'I'm hungry!' 'Me too.'
3

me neither

also nor me spoken used to say that you agree with a negative statement that someone has just made:
'I can't believe he's fifty.' 'Me neither.'

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