noun \ˈsheth\

Definition of sheth



  1. 1 :  a number of rows (as of galleries in a mine or furrows in a field) at right angles to similar rows which they intersect or adjoin

  2. 2 :  one of the bars forming a framework (as of a wagon)

  3. 3 :  sheath 2a(2), 3c

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Origin and Etymology of sheth

Middle English; akin to Old English scēath sheath — more at sheath

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a trip made at another's expense

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