Crossword clues for eth
- Neighbor of Sudan: Abbr.
- End of the Bible?
- Land in East 58-Across: Abbr.
- Addis Ababa is its capital: Abbr.
- Archaic verb suffix
- Country where the Blue Nile originates: Abbr.
- Landlocked African country: Abbr.
- Old-fashioned verb suffix
- Biblical ending
- End of the King James Bible?
- Old English letter
- Dom. of former Lion of Judah
- E Afr. land
- Suffix with go
- Afr. country
- Country in E Afr.
- Bygone letter
- E Afr. country
- Part of Afr.
- Old letter
- Biblical verb finale
- Ordinal-number ending
- Numeral suffix
- Suffix with an ordinal number
- Suffix with Biblical verbs
- Anglo-Saxon letter
- Biblical word ending
- Afr. land
- Moral: Abbr.
- Biblical ending for speak
- Ordinal-number suffix
- Biblical verb ending
- Ordinal ender
- Ordinal number ender
- Biblical suffix
- Ordinal suffix
- Numerical suffix
- Numerical ending
- Biblical verb suffix
- Afr. nation
- Old verb ending
- Ending of the Bible
- Medieval verb ending
- Biblical verb ender
- Addis Ababa's land: Abbr.
- Third person ending of old
- Neighbor of Djibouti: Abbr.
- Shakespearean ending
- Suffix for King James
- Archaic word ending
- Ordinal ending
- Bygone suffix
- Shakespearean suffix
- Obsolete suffix
- End in the Bible?
- Somalia neighbor: Abbr.
- Old verb suffix
- Archaic verb ending
- Archaic ending
- Sudan neighbor: Abbr.
- Haile Selassie's land: Abbr.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
name of an Anglo-Saxon runic character (Ð, ð) representing the sound "-th-," 1846, from th + e, "the usual assistant vowel in letter-names" [Century Dictionary].
alt. A letter (''capital'' '''Ð''', ''small'' '''ð''') introduced into (etyl ang -) to represent its dental fricative, then not distinguished from the letter thorn, no longer used in (etyl en -) but still in modern use in (etyl is -), (etyl fo -), and phonetics to represent the voiced dental fricative "th" sound as in the English word '''''th'''en''. n. A letter (''capital'' '''Ð''', ''small'' '''ð''') introduced into (etyl ang -) to represent its dental fricative, then not distinguished from the letter thorn, no longer used in (etyl en -) but still in modern use in (etyl is -), (etyl fo -), and phonetics to represent the voiced dental fricative "th" sound as in the English word '''''th'''en''.
Eth (Ð ð) is a letter of the Latin alphabet used in Old English, Icelandic, and Faroese, and in the International Phonetic Alphabet.
Eth may also refer to:
- Eth, Nord, a commune in France
- For the organic chemical name component, see eth-
- -eth, a third person singular suffix in Early Modern English verbs
- Eth Glum, a character in Take It From Here
ETH may also stand for:
- Enter the Haggis, a Celtic rock band based in Toronto, Canada
- Ethernet, in Linux the first ethernet network interface is called eth0, the second one is called eth1 and so on
- Ethiopia (IOC code ETH)
- Extraterrestrial hypothesis of UFOs
- Exponential time hypothesis in computational complexity theory
- Electric Train Heat(ing) in the United Kingdom (see Head end power)
- ETH Zurich, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich
- ETH Domain, Swiss Federal Institutes of Technology Domain, a union of Swiss governmental universities research institutions
- Eilat Airport, Israel (IATA code ETH)
- Ethiopian Airlines, national airline of Ethiopia (ICAO code ETH)
- Eigenstate thermalization hypothesis
- Ethereum cryptocurrency
Usage examples of "eth".
And I have no objection to an alliance between eth and voors to end the reign of a godmind.
Now that the Mothers had custody of the eth, he could rest and fortify his psynergy.
Sumner, still unable to think deeply about his psychic experiences, was uncertain what being the eth meant.
After all, you are the eth, strong in the blackness of your unknowing.
Later, if other godminds got through his sky-filters, he could explain to them why the eth had to die.
Though ontic, timeloose events channeled his life, Sumner continually struggled against the cosmic impersonality of his destiny as eth to define himself as an individual.
Bonescrolls as an emissary to the Serbota, and later it served the eth as a psychic factotum.
Ekth either, but Tham knew him on Earth, or of him, and he told him becauthe he vath a good friend of UlyththEth Eth.