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ETH, also edh. In OLD ENGLISH, the LETTER  or ð, used to represent both a voiced and an unvoiced apico-dental fricative (the th in both these and three in Modern English); in Modern Icelandic and IPA, the letter ð, used to represent a voiced apico-dental fricative (as in these). It originated in Old English as a crossed d. Its upper-case form is ð. See SPEECH, THORN.

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eth an Old English letter, ð or Ð. It was superseded by the digraph th, but is now used as a phonetic symbol.

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