See also: bath, bàth, baþ, bað, and Ba'th

EnglishEdit

 
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Etymology 1Edit

From Middle English Bathe, from Old English Baþan, from the dative case of bæþ.

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Bath

  1. A city in Bath and North East Somerset, Somerset, England, famous for its baths fed by a hot spring.
  2. A city, the county seat of Sagadahoc County, Maine; named for the city in England.
  3. A town and mineral spring in Saint Thomas parish, Jamaica; named for the city in England.
  4. A town in New Hampshire; named for William Pulteney, 1st Earl of Bath.
  5. A town and village, the county seat of Steuben County, New York.
  6. A town in North Carolina.
  7. A town in Ohio.
  8. A borough of Pennsylvania; named for the city in England.
  9. A village in Illinois.
  10. A village in the Netherlands.
  11. A village in New Brunswick.
  12. An unincorporated community in Indiana.
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Etymology 2Edit

Nonstandard transliteration of Arabic بَعْث(baʿṯ, resurrection).

 
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Bath

  1. (rare, nonstandard, usually in the phrase ‘Bath Party’) Alternative form of Baath
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DutchEdit

EtymologyEdit

First attested as insula de boestenbare dicta in 1235. Derived from Middle Dutch bat (bathwater). Originally a hydronym.

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  • Hyphenation: Bath

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Bath n

  1. A village and former municipality of Reimerswaal, Zeeland, Netherlands.

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