Ellaby read aloud: "A code (a) of eth (code) ics for (eth) mankind (ethics for mankind)."
He ——eth the moon for seasons; the sun knoweth his going down.
A dental breath-penning is one more or less on the teeth; as, eth, ef.
In M. E. -eth was changed to -ed by confusion with the common suffix of the pp.
This requires care, because the final -eth is usually written in full, though seldom sounded.
Note, once for all, that 'th for final -eth is extremely common throughout all parts of this poem.
Somehow the telephone doesn't seem to harmonise with words ending in "eth."
It should be noticed that these terms are throughout used as strictly defined in eth.
Why, eth'opia, I reckon, if she's got a crew of eth'opians settin' on t'other side of 'er superstructure.
eth'erington (The late earl of) father of Tyrrel and Bulmer.