neath

[neeth, neeth]
preposition Chiefly Literary.
Also, 'neath.


Origin:
1780–90; aphetic variant of beneath

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neath or 'neath (niːθ)
 
prep
archaic short for beneath
 
'neath or 'neath
 
prep

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neath
1787, poetic shortening of beneath (q.v.).
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Example sentences
The clay is white and of a pink and water appears fathomless as it appears to be entirely hollow under neath.
He then placed jack st ands under neath the rear suspension.
Neath bus station is at victoria gardens, near the railway station.
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