5-letter words that end in th

  • -lith — indicating stone or rock
  • -path — denoting a person suffering from a specified disease or disorder
  • airth — a direction.
  • azoth — the alchemical name for mercury, esp when regarded as the first principle of all metals
  • baath — a socialist party of some Arab countries, especially Iraq and Syria.
  • baith — both
  • barth — Heinrich. 1821–65, German explorer: author of Travels and Discoveries in North and Central Africa (1857–58)
  • baʿth — a socialist party of some Arab countries, especially Iraq and Syria.
  • beath — to heat, esp unseasoned wood in order to straighten it
  • beeth — (archaic) third-person singular simple present subjunctive of be.
  • berth — A berth is a bed on a boat, train, or caravan.
  • birth — When a baby is born, you refer to this event as his or her birth.
  • blyth — a port in N England, in SE Northumberland, on the North Sea. Pop: 35 691 (2001)
  • booth — A booth is a small area separated from a larger public area by screens or thin walls where, for example, people can make a telephone call or vote in private.
  • brith — the Jewish rite of circumcising a male child eight days after his birth.
  • broth — Broth is a kind of soup. It usually has vegetables or rice in it.
  • cheth — het
  • cloth — Cloth is fabric which is made by weaving or knitting a substance such as cotton, wool, silk, or nylon. Cloth is used especially for making clothes.
  • couth — If you say that someone has couth, you mean that they have good manners and sophistication.
  • crith — a unit of weight for gases, equal to the weight of one litre of hydrogen at standard pressure and temperature (0.09 grams)
  • cruth — Alternative form of crwth.
  • crwth — an ancient stringed instrument of Celtic origin similar to the cithara but bowed in later types
  • cwlth — Commonwealth
  • death — Death is the permanent end of the life of a person or animal.
  • depth — The depth of something such as a river or hole is the distance downwards from its top surface, or between its upper and lower surfaces.
  • derth — (obsolete) dearth; scarcity.
  • dieth — Archaic third-person singular form of die.
  • doeth — 3rd person singular present ind. of do1 .
  • douth — (rare, or, obsolete) Virtue; excellence; atheldom; nobility; power; riches.
  • earth — (often initial capital letter) the planet third in order from the sun, having an equatorial diameter of 7926 miles (12,755 km) and a polar diameter of 7900 miles (12,714 km), a mean distance from the sun of 92.9 million miles (149.6 million km), and a period of revolution of 365.26 days, and having one satellite.
  • edith — a female given name: from Old English words meaning “rich, happy” and “war.”.
  • edyth — a female given name.
  • faith — a female given name.
  • fayth — Obsolete spelling of faith.
  • feith — Obsolete spelling of faith.
  • fifth — next after the fourth; being the ordinal number for five.
  • filth — offensive or disgusting dirt or refuse; foul matter: the filth dumped into our rivers.
  • firthJohn Rupert, 1890–1960, English linguist.
  • forth — onward or outward in place or space; forward: to come forth; go forth.
  • fouth — an abundance or fullness
  • frith — firth.
  • froth — an aggregation of bubbles, as on an agitated liquid or at the mouth of a hard-driven horse; foam; spume.
  • furth — a city in S Germany, near Nuremberg.
  • garth — a male given name.
  • girth — the measure around anything; circumference.
  • goeth — (archaic) Third-person singular simple present indicative form of go.
  • grith — protection or asylum for a limited period of time, as under church or crown.
  • haith — a curse or a profanity
  • harth — Obsolete spelling of hearth.
  • heath — Sir Edward (Richard George) 1916–2005, British statesman: prime minister 1970–74.

On this page, we collect all 5-letter words ending in TH. It’s easy to find right word with a certain length. It is the easiest way to find 5-letter word that ends in TH to use in Scrabble or Crossword puzzles.

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