edh definition

  • noun:
    • A letter (ð) showing up in Old English, Old Saxon, Old Norse, and modern-day Icelandic to express an interdental fricative.
    • The representation (ð) within the Global Phonetic Alphabet representing the voiced interdental fricative, such as the otherwise often.
    • alternate type of eth.
    • The name regarding the Anglo-Saxon letter ð, capital form Ð. its sounded as “English th in the same term: ōðer, other, dôð, doth.”
    • A name of Anglo-Saxon letter đ or Ð representing the sound of th in that, this, smooth, etc.
    • A letter (ð) showing up in Old English, Old Saxon, Old Norse, and contemporary Icelandic to represent an interdental fricative.
    • The sign (ð) in Global Phonetic Alphabet representing the voiced interdental fricative, as with the or often.
    • alternate kind of eth.
    • The name of the Anglo-Saxon letter ð, capital form Ð. It is sounded as “English th in a similar word: ōðer, other, dôð, doth.”
    • A name of the Anglo-Saxon letter đ or Ð representing the sound of th in that, this, smooth, etc.

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