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noun \ˈeth\\ˈeth\

variant of

  1. :  the letter ð used in Old English to represent either of the fricatives \th\ or \th\ and in Icelandic and some phonetic alphabets to represent the fricative \th\


eth-

combining form

Definition of eth-

  1. :  ethyl <ethene>

Origin and Etymology of eth-

International Scientific Vocabulary


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-eth

verb suffix

Definition of -eth

  1. —used to form the archaic third person singular present of verbs <doth>

Variants of -eth

or

-th

Origin and Etymology of -eth

Middle English, from Old English -eth, -ath, -th; akin to Old High German -it, -ōt, -ēt, 3d singular ending, Latin -t, -it


2

-eth

Definition of -eth

  1. see 2-th


-ETH Defined for Kids

-eth

Definition of -eth for Students

  1. see -th


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