Edh meaning

ĕth
The letter ð, used in Old English and Old Saxon manuscripts to represent both the voiceless sound (th) of Modern English thin and the voiced sound (th) of Modern English this, and in modern Icelandic orthography to represent the voiced sound (th).
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The symbol (ð) in the International Phonetic Alphabet representing the voiced interdental fricative, as in the or either.
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A letter of the Old English alphabet (ð, Ð), from Roman d, D, used to represent the voiced or voiceless apicodental fricative: in Middle English it was replaced by th.
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The lowercase form of this letter as used in some phonetic alphabets, as the IPA, to represent the voiced apicodental fricative ()
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Alternative form of eth.
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Origin of edh

  • Icelandic

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition