The plural pronoun of the third person. It stands for a plural noun or pronoun preceding, or in place of one not expressed when pointed out by the situation. It is without gender-forms.Poss. their. Of or belonging to them: now always preceding the noun, with the value of an attributive adjective.Poss. theirs. That which belongs to them: always used without the noun, and having the value of a nominative or an objective.Obj. (acc.), them.Obj. (dat.), them.Used for those.A Middle English variant of though.