saith

[seth, sey-uhth]
verb Archaic.
third person singular present of say.
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saith (sɛθ)
 
vb (used with he, she, or it)
archaic a form of the present tense (indicative mood) of say

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Thus saith many of the commentators, and many in a state of high dudgeon.
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