Такође погледајте: eth, Eth, ETH, eth-, Eth., , и


Етимологија 1Уреди


-eth, -th, од

-eþ, -aþ, , from

*-þi, *-di, од


Алтернативне формеУреди


  • There is some evidence that verbs written with this ending in Early Modern English were pronounced as if they ended in -s, which was common in speech before becoming common in writing. Alternatively (or in addition to the former) the Northumbrian dialect of Old English's third-person singular present indicative suffix, -s, may have eventually displaced the -eth suffix.



  1. (archaic) Used to form the third-person singular present indicative of verbs.
    goeth, playeth
  2. (humorous) replaces -s or -es (of verb forms and noun plurals), or is appended to other verb forms, forming nonce, pseudoarchaic versions of the word
    I emaileth, he emaileth; thou saideth; he killedeth; respondeth to my messageth.
Coordinate termsУреди

Etymology 2Уреди


-th, -eth, -the, -ethe, from

-þa, -þe, -oþa, from

*-þô, *-tô, *-udô, *-dô, from




  1. used to create ordinal numbers from cardinal numbers ending in -y, namely the multiples of ten (other than ten itself): 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, and 90; e.g. twentieth, thirtieth.