How to Pronounce Hath?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Hath" is [hˈaθ], [hˈaθ], [h_ˈa_θ].

What are the misspellings for Hath?

"Hath" in context

The word Hath is an archaic word often used in reference to an earlier era. In the English language it is typically only used when referring to the past. Hath is a past-tense conjugation of the verb "to have." It is most commonly used in literature and poetry written in Old English or Shakespearean English. In modern times, the verb "have" or "has" is generally used to refer to possession or ownership. In certain contexts, it can also be used to refer to a form of commitment or obligation.


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