verb (used with object)
- airspeed indicator,
Origin of airt
Examples from the Web for airth
"Hevings and airth," sed the Deekin as he tumbled over in the entry way.
Mai—dearr—sirr, nothing on airth is continuous: iverything has paroxysms and remissions—from a toothache t' a cancer.Hard Cash|Charles Reade
It was the first time Jim 257 Airth had laughed since that afternoon beneath the Shenstone beeches.The Mistress of Shenstone|Florence L. Barclay
It was wofuller than tears, that look was,—'cause it seemed as if it was arter somethin' that wa'n't to be found on this airth.
If a patient, long-suffering man walks this airth, I be him, I should reckon.Children of the Mist|Eden Phillpotts