inneth

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle English inneth, from Old English inneþ, innaþ, innoþ (the inner part of the body, inside; entrails, stomach, womb, belly; the intestines, bowels, gut; breast, heart; seat of appetite), cognate with Old Saxon innethron (bowels, gut), Old High German innodi (belly, bowels), Old High German innodili (bowels).

Noun[edit]

inneth

  1. (obsolete) The interior of the body; the inside; womb.

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