from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An obsolete contracted form of
ne hath, hath not.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- obsolete hath not.
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- phrase obsolete
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'nath' (nose ring), the Maharashtrian bride glowed like a 100-watt bulb as her Punjabi groom applied
Inspector Rajaram Pardeshi, in-charge of the Junnar police station said the suspects in Shivneri cut three iron grills of the temple window with a sharp object and decamped with a mangalsutra and a nath (nose ring) and some money (totalling Rs 10,725) by breaking open the donation box sometime between Monday night and early Tuesday morning.
Tarak nath Chowdhury, a civil engineer invented a device, which can save LPG upto 110 Rs/cyclinder.
First Light is like its predecessor populated by giants the nodal figure being Rabindra nath Tagore.
Gyda llaw, un rheswm nes di ennill oedd bod Godfrey yn gynghorydd iwsles, yn ôl llawer iawn o bobl, yn cynnwys Mam, nath ddweud ei bod hi wedi siarad efo chdi, ond dydi hi dal ddim yn gwybod be 'di blog!
His left nostril was pierced to take a nath or nose ring, Malgaonkar writes.
I'm a generous inventor, full of empathy... and nath a reserved leader!
Because among nosoever circusdances is to be apprehended the dustungwashed poltronage of the lost Gabbarnaur – Jaggar-nath.
In the dawns they flared windy-red above stark blue, as Kedar — nath and Badrinath — kings of that wilderness — took the first sunlight.
"Dear spirits," Jennsen finally said, squinting, blinking the dust from her eyes as the aften-nath seemed to abate.