The word Th th means thanaa or the combination of the letters t and h in the modern English alphabet. Below you will be able to learn more about the word in Ancient Hebrew, Yiddish Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek, and much more.
|𐤈 (th) – tha||basket, snake, surround, store, contain, clay, below, womb|
|Suffix||Regular termination of the third-person plural singular indicative form of verbs.|
Regular termination of the second-person plural present indicative form of verbs.
Regularly forms past participles of verbs stressed on the final syllable of the stem.
Based on the meaning of the letters the word could be defined as:
- “surround a…”
- “contain a…”
- “container of…”
- “womb of…”
Definitions for 𐤈 / th
|Ābarayat||𐤈||th||tha||the ninth letter of the Ābaray alap-bayat|
|English||Th th||th||tha||the combination of the letters t and h in the modern English alphabet.|
|Yiddish||ט||t||/t/||the ninth letter of the Yiddish alef-bet|
|Arabic||ح||t||/t/||the ninth letter of the Arabic alif-ba|
|Aramaic||ܚ||‘t’||/t/||the ninth letter of the Aramaic alap-beth|
|Greek||Θ θ||th||[th]||the eighth letter of the Greek alpha-beta|
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You can continue your studies of the words by viewing Strong’s entries for:
- Arauakah Ābarayat #1925
- Strong’s Hebrew #
- Strong’s Greek Concordance #