Definition of teethe in English:

teethe

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Pronunciation: /tiːð
 
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verb

[no object]
Grow or cut milk teeth: (as noun teething) it soothes the discomfort of teething
More example sentences
  • Parents, midwives, health visitors, and doctors blame teething for a wide range of symptoms in babies, including diarrhoea, drooling, crankiness, rashes, and strong smelling urine.
  • In every group most of those who believed that teething causes symptoms ascribed irritability, dribbling or drooling, biting objects, sleep problems, inflamed gums, and red cheeks to teething.
  • Fever can also be caused by teething, dehydration and some childhood immunisations.

Origin

late Middle English: from teeth.

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