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Alternative forms

Etymology

From Middle Bronze Age picture of a house by acrophony, ultimately from Proto-Semitic *bayt- (house). Дублети of beta

Pronunciation

Noun

beth (plural beths)

  1. The second letter of the Aramaic alphabet, 𐡁
  2. The second letter of the Hebrew alphabet, ב
  3. The second letter of the Syriac alphabet, ܒ

Translations

See also


Middle English

Etymology 1

From Old English bēoþ, present plural of bēon (to be), from Proto-Germanic *biunþi, third-person present plural of *beuną (to be, become).

Alternative forms

Verb

beth

  1. множине презента индикатива of been
Usage notes

The usual plural form of been is aren in the North, been in the Midlands, and beth in the South; sind also existed, especially early on, but was not the predominant form in any area.

Etymology 2

From Old English biþ, with the vowel of the infinitive leveled in.

Alternative forms

Verb

beth

  1. Alternative form of bith

Etymology 3

From Old English bēoþ, plural imperative form of bēon, from Proto-Germanic *beuþ, second-person plural imperative form of *beuną.

Alternative forms

Verb

beth

  1. множине императива of been

Old Irish

Alternative forms

Pronunciation

Verb

Шаблон:sga-verb form

  1. треће лице једнине past subjunctive of at·tá

Mutation

Old Irish mutation
Radical Lenition Nasalization
beth beth
pronounced with /v(ʲ)-/
mbeth
Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every
possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.

Welsh

Etymology 1

Originally pa beth (which thing) with the soft mutation of peth (thing) after pa (which), from Proto-Celtic *kʷezdis.

Alternative forms

Pronunciation

Pronoun

beth

  1. what?

Etymology 2

See peth (thing).

Pronunciation

Noun

beth

  1. Soft mutation of peth.

Mutation

Шаблон:cy-mut