[ ee-dith ]
/ ˈi dɪθ /
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a female given name.
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Words nearby Edyth
Edward VII, Edward VIII, Edwin, Edwina, Edy's Pie, Edyth, EE, EEA, E.E. & M.P., EEC, EEE
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How to use Edyth in a sentence
All these things passed through the mind of Edyth Vale, as she sat regarding the young man at the window.
In Miss Edyth Vale, we have a girl of most unusual character, of splendid education, apparently.
But it seems clear that Edyth—after leaving here yesterday—received some unexpected news.
Ashton-Kirk, during dinner, had told him those regarding the visit of Edyth Vale the day before.
In to-morrow's Star there will be a portrait of Edyth four columns wide and eight inches high.