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EnglishEdit

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PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Middle English -th, -t, from Old English , -t, -þu, -tu, -þo, -to (-th, abstract nominal suffix), from Proto-Germanic *-iþō (-th), from Proto-Indo-European *-iteh₂ (-th). Cognate with Scots -th (-th), West Frisian -te (-th), Dutch -te (-th), Danish -de (-th), Swedish -d (-th), Icelandic , -d (-th), Gothic -𐌹𐌸𐌰 (-iþa, -th), Latin -itās (-ty, -ity). See -ity.

SuffixEdit

-th

  1. (no longer productive) Forming nouns from verbs of action.
    berth, blowth, drawth, flowth, growth, health, sight, spilth, stealth, theft, weight
  2. (no longer productive) Forming nouns from adjectives.
    breadth, coolth, dearth, depth, filth, height/heighth, length, roomth, strength, troth, truth, sloth/slowth, warmth, wealth, width, wrath, wrength youth/youngth
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Etymology 2Edit

Representing Old English -þa, -þe, -oþa, -oþe, derived from a Proto-Indo-European superlative suffix.

SuffixEdit

-th

  1. Used to form the ordinal numeral when the final term of the spelled number is not “first”, “second”, or “third”.
    the 4th/Fourth of July
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Etymology 3Edit

Representing Old English -eþ, -aþ, .

SuffixEdit

-th

  1. (archaic) A variant of -eth, used to form the archaic third-person singular indicative present tense of verbs.
    comecometh
    havehath

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