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teethe

[ teeth ]
/ tið /
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verb (used without object), teethed, teeth·ing.

to grow teeth; cut one's teeth.

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Origin of teethe

1375–1425; late Middle English tethen, derivative of tethteeth
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British Dictionary definitions for teethe

teethe
/ (tiːð) /

verb

(intr) to cut one's baby (deciduous) teeth
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