American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. Archaic Third person singular present tense of have.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Third person singular present indicative of have: now archaic or poetical.
- n. A Hindu unit of length, equal to 18 inches.
- v. archaic Third-person singular simple present indicative form of have.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. Archaic. Has.
“The first _he_, in the last example, is redundant; yet the construction is sometimes admissible, for the expression is more forcible than it would be to say, "Let him hear who hath ears to hear;" and if we adopt the ingenious method of Mr. Smith, the sentence is grammatical, and may be rendered thus; "He that hath ears, _hath ears_ to hear; let him hear.”
“God hath set_ them, _hath put, set_ -- Tremellius out of the Syriac.”
“True, as Paul says, God “hath in these last days spoken unto us by his Son;” but notice, it is “_hath spoken_.””
“He that hath not the Son _hath not Life_; but he that hath the Son hath Life -- a new and distinct and supernatural endowment.”
“Chosen Ones of God that which separateth the believer from the infidel and the lover from the beloved, this term hath been so employed, and apart from this dividing and separating no other meaning is intended.”
“A little that a righteous man hath is better than the riches of many wicked.”
“Her name hath a prophetic sound; tell me what she doth.”
“My body is vanished and gone, though my name hath not yet deserted me.”
“Flee ye forth of this wood and save yourselves, for one of the dwellers therein hath mounted on my shoulders, and the rest seek you, desiring to ride you like me.”
“Karim al-Din hath returned from his travels; so come ye to meet him and salute him.”
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