Thame vs Theme - What's the difference?

thame | theme |


As a pronoun thame

is (scotland|obsolete) them.

As a noun theme is

theme, topic.

thame

English

Pronoun

(English Pronouns)
  • (Scotland, obsolete) them
  • * {{quote-book
  • , year=1797 , author= Edinburgh Magazine: Or Literary Miscellany , title= , chapter= citation , isbn= , page=180 , passage=...And to charge thame' hereto under the pain of rebellion and putting of ' thame to thr horne...}}
  • * {{quote-book
  • , year=1846 , author=Thomas M'Cri et al , title= Lives of the Scottish Reformers , chapter= citation , isbn= , page=190 , passage=...that we communicat with thame' in nathing that may appeir to manteane or defend ' thame ...}}

    Derived terms

    * thameselves

    Anagrams

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    theme

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A subject of a talk or an artistic piece; a topic.
  • A recurring idea; a motif.
  • (music) The main melody of a piece of music, especially one that is the source of variations.
  • (film, television) A song, or a snippet of a song, that identifies a film, a TV program, a character, etc. by playing at the appropriate time.
  • (computing, figuratively) The collection of color schemes, sounds, artwork etc., that "skin" an environment towards a particular motif.
  • (grammar) The stem of a word
  • (linguistics) thematic relation of a noun phrase to a verb
  • (linguistics) Theta role in generative grammar and government and binding theory.
  • (linguistics) Topic, what is generally being talked about, as opposed to rheme
  • A regional unit of organisation in the Byzantine empire.
  • Verb

    (them)
  • (computing) To apply a theme to; to change the visual appearance and/or layout of (software).