crith

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from Ancient Greek κριθή ‎(krithḗ, barley corn, a small weight).

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NounEdit

crith ‎(plural criths)

  1. (physics) the weight of 1 litre of hydrogen at standard temperature and pressure. Equal to approximately 0.09 grams.

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VerbEdit

crith ‎(past chrith, future crithidh, verbal noun crith, past participle crithte)

  1. shake, shiver, tremble, quaver

NounEdit

crith f ‎(genitive singular crithe, plural crithean)

  1. verbal noun of crith
  2. shiver, tremble, shudder, tremor

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