also eth noun Etymology: Icelandic eth Date: 1875 the letter ð used in Old English to represent either of the fricatives \th\ or \ṯẖ\ and in Icelandic and some phonetic alphabets to represent the fricative \ṯẖ\

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  • Edh — Edh, n. The name of the Anglo Saxon letter [eth], capital form [Edh]. It is sounded as English th in a similar word: [=o][eth]er, other, d[^o][eth], doth. March. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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