Hath
Hath Hath (h[a^]th), v., 3d pers. sing. pres. of {Have}, contracted from haveth. Has. [Archaic.] [1913 Webster]

What hath God wrought? --Samuel F. B. Morse [The first message sent by telegraph, from Mr. Morse, at the chamber of the Supreme Court (then in the United States Capitol) to his assistant Albert Vail at the Mount Clair Depot in Baltimore in 1844. Mr. Morse allowed Annie Ellsworth, the daughter of a friend, to choose the words, which she took from Numbers xxiii. 23.] [PJC]


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