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Please help me.



ngthsang
Vietnam

Please help me.
 
Please do me a favor. I need some verbs ending with the spelling "th" which is pronounced /θ/.Thanks a lot.

7 Jan 2016      



Gi2gi
Georgia

Hi,
 
It seems there are not a lot of verbs that end with -th (pronounced /θ /

Here┤s some of them:

inearth
 
lath
 
unearth

 
Giorgi

7 Jan 2016     



almaz
United Kingdom

You could also have: 
 
mouth, earth, bequeath, smooth (this last is usually pronounced with [­] though)
 
and some less common ones:
 
birth, girth, tooth
 
Hope this helps.
 
Alex
 
(I┤d be fascinated to know why you need this, by the way
 
 

7 Jan 2016     



FrauSue
France

I concur - very few verbs seem to end in  /θ/!
How about these? 
bath bɑθ (e.g. to bath a baby) - not to be confused with bathe (/beɪð/) which is to wash yourself or swim.
worth (it ┤s very archaic to use this as a verb)
berth (to berth a ship in harbour) 
 
 
Here are some more which end in [ð] (for contrast):
clothe
teethe
breathe
seethe
scythe
smooth
soothe
loathe 

7 Jan 2016     



martinasvabova
Czech Republic

cloth, both, beneath, blacksmith, commonwealth, death, depth, faith, month,north, path,south,health, wealth,worth

8 Jan 2016     



martinasvabova
Czech Republic

Oh sorry, I haven ┤ t noticed, you need verbs.
 

8 Jan 2016