hath

Hath - What does it mean?

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Heth vs Hath - What's the difference?

heth | hath |


As a noun heth

is the eighth letter of many semitic alphabets (phoenician, aramaic, hebrew, syriac, arabic and others).

As a verb hath is

(archaic) (have).

Hath vs Oath - What's the difference?

hath | oath |


In archaic|lang=en terms the difference between hath and oath

is that hath is (archaic) (have) while oath is (archaic) to pledge.

As verbs the difference between hath and oath

is that hath is (archaic) (have) while oath is (archaic) to pledge.

As a noun oath is

a solemn pledge or promise to a god, king, or another person, to attest to the truth of a statement or contract.

Math vs Hath - What's the difference?

math | hath |


As a noun math

is a mowing; what is gathered from mowing or math can be (uncountable|north america) or math can be (hinduism|jainism).

As a verb hath is

(archaic) (have).

Hath vs Nath - What's the difference?

hath | nath |


As a verb hath

is (archaic) (have).

As a proper noun nath is

.

Hath vs Lath - What's the difference?

hath | lath |


As a verb hath

is (archaic) (have).

As a noun lath is

heat (in animals), rut or lath can be warrior.

Eath vs Hath - What's the difference?

eath | hath |


As an adjective eath

is easy; not hard or difficult.

As an adverb eath

is easily.

As a verb hath is

(archaic) (have).

Rath vs Hath - What's the difference?

rath | hath |


As a noun rath

is .

As a verb hath is

(archaic) (have).

Whath vs Hath - What's the difference?

whath | hath |


As a noun whath

is (nonstandard) which ordinal number.

As a verb hath is

(archaic) (have).

Hath vs Harth - What's the difference?

hath | harth |


As a verb hath

is (archaic) (have).

As a noun harth is

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