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eth US English

An Old English letter, ð or Ð, representing the dental fricatives T͟H and TH. It was superseded by the digraph th, but is now used as a phonetic symbol for the voiced dental fricative T͟H in the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) system

-eth1 US English

Variant spelling of -th (as in fiftieth).

-eth2 US English

Forming the third person singular of the present tense of verbs

eth New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Old English letter, Ð or ð; it was superseded by th but ð is now used to represent the dental fricatives ð and θ;

Eth. US English

Ethiopia

-th US English

Forming ordinal and fractional numbers from four onwards

-eth in -th1 US English

Forming ordinal and fractional numbers from four onwards