preposition Chiefly Literary.
Origin of neath
Examples from the Web for neath
Historical Examples of neath
May be beatin' Heaven's music 'neath that faded coat and vest.The Universal Reciter
They cannot move their dead cats while smarting 'neath the cruel English yoke.Ireland as It Is
Robert John Buckley (AKA R.J.B.)
Neath is of great antiquity, having been the Nidum of the days of Antoninus.England, Picturesque and Descriptive
Of the grip of that Grendel 'neath the great roof upbuilded.The Tale of Beowulf
They nearly came to grief in quicksands at the mouth of the river Neath.Medival Wales
A. G. Little
1787, poetic shortening of beneath (q.v.).