kithe

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From Middle English küthen, kithen, from Old English cȳþan, from Proto-Germanic *kunþijaną (to make known).

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kithe (third-person singular simple present kithes, present participle kithing, simple past and past participle kithed)

  1. (archaic, except in Scots) To make known; to reveal.
    • 1604-30, Alexander Craigː
      These lines are sent by me, To kithe my love to thee.
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Etymology[edit]

From Old English cȳþan.

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kithe

  1. To make known; to reveal.