Definitions

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  • proper noun small town in North Yorkshire, England

Etymologies

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From Old English rīth ("[place at] the stream"). Recorded in the Domesday Book as Rie and in 1184 as Rithe.

Examples

  • Grinton is reached first, and is older than Reeth, which is a short distance north of the river.

    Yorkshire

  • It was good to read that Swaledale "can breathe easily again" In praise of…, 4 April with the reprieve of the Hudson House community facility in Reeth, but just as the national park restores its commitment to this rural community, Arts Council England has dealt the area a devastating blow.

    Letters: Rural theatre and poetry hit by cuts

  • Kevin Reeth believed that business owners would be more inclined to sign on to his accounting software if they could access it for free.

    7 Pricing Mistakes

  • After two years, Mr. Reeth surveyed his customers and asked how much they would be willing to pay for the software and, based on that feedback, set the price at $10 a month starting in 2011.

    7 Pricing Mistakes

  • Dales-based, small-scale touring company North Country Theatre have performed regularly in Reeth Memorial Hall to packed houses for more than a decade.

    Letters: Rural theatre and poetry hit by cuts

  • I had thought to lend him my wife Reeth, who has practiced Rishathra before.

    The Ringworld Engineers

  • I had thought to lend him my wife Reeth, who has practiced Rishathra before.

    The Ringworld Engineers

  • The old road from Richmond to Reeth avoids the dale altogether, except for the last mile, and its ups and its downs make the traveller pay handsomely for the scenery by the way.

    Yorkshire

  • Precipitous limestone scars fringe the browny-green heights in many places, and almost girdle the summit of Calver Hill, the great bare height that rises a thousand feet above Reeth.

    Yorkshire

  • When Reeth is left behind, there is no more of the fine 'new' road which makes travelling so easy for the eleven miles from Richmond.

    Yorkshire

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  • Reethtee, theen any birdths lately?

    June 20, 2011

  • Hehe.

    June 21, 2011

  • Yeth, but nothing thpecial.

    June 21, 2011