Meaning of -ETH in English

-ETH

I. ə̇th verb suffix

or -th th

Etymology: Middle English, from Old English -eth, -ath, -th, 3d singular present indicative endings of various classes of verbs; akin to Old High German -it, -ōt, -ēt, 3d singular present indicative endings, early Old Norse (runic) -ith, -īth, -ōth, -ēth, Gothic -ith, -eith, -oth, -aith, Latin -t (preceded by various thematic vowels), Greek -ti-, 3d singular present indicative ending of unthematic verbs, Sanskrit -ti (preceded by various thematic vowels or by a consonant), 3d singular present indicative ending

— used to form the archaic third person singular present indicative of verbs

go eth

do th

think eth

ha th

sai th

mak eth

lead eth

II. adjective suffix

— see -th

Webster's New International English Dictionary.      Новый международный словарь английского языка Webster.