Why is this sentence using 'thee' (which is, afaik the oblique case) and not 'thou'?
The second person singular -in this case- should be the subject, i thought. The subject is the one doing the action, so i'd intuitively use the nominative case 'thou', but instead here the second person singular seems to be the object, in which case fare should be the verb which is acted on the object making it transitive.
Does that mean i can use the verb transitively? Like "i fare you!"?
Dictionaries say it's intransitive, which makes this sentence a riddle to me. Can anyone help me clear it up?