American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The act of spilling.
- n. An amount spilled.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. That which is spilled; that which is poured out lavishly.
- n. archaic A spillage; spilled material.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Archaic Anything spilt, or freely poured out; slop; effusion.
- From spill + -th. (Wiktionary)
- From spill1. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The earliest known use of "spilth" is in Shakespeare's”
“This suffix comes to us from Old English and is used to indicate an act or process (as in "spilth" or the more familiar "growth") or a state or condition (as in "breadth" or "length").”
“spilth" of St Monday formed the entire demand of Tuesday.”
“spilth," combines the verb "spill" with a suffix ( "- age," this time borrowed from Old French) that can indicate an act or process.”
“The dizzying stench of the six-foot-high city-block-long banks of spilth, a foul miasma of garbage, excrement, and animal parts—and the maddening hum of a million blowflies. . .”
“She gives us words such as “spilth,” “spelth,” “splints,” “spiles,” and “spatch.””
“ And woes, by heaven ordained, must fall — Unsoothed by tears or spilth of wine”
“Pah! the house fumes with stench and spilth of blood.”
“Golf leads to muscular ideals among women, and muscular ideals lead to romance, to the "spilth of blood" and "the horrid din of the swashbuckler swashing on his buckler.”
“His foot slipped in the spilth of wine, and the huge body went down like an oak, the head of it striking one leg of the table.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘spilth’.
Lesser-known onomatopoeias (or things that sound like they ought to be onomatopoeias but aren't), ripe for use in parodies of the Adam West Batman series.
All the words from the cover of the Wordnik notebook.
A few words appear twice: frass, cruet, luna, thalweg, and possibly some more.
Careful: Contains spoilers!
These are just some random words that I might find a list for someday.
Oddments culled from my "main" lists that belong in a display cabinet of their own, plus sundry other curiosities. :-)
Words from Mervyn Peake's books.
space, voids, shapes
Looking for tweets for spilth.