Beneathe vs Beneath what difference

what is difference between Beneathe and Beneath

English

Preposition

beneathe

  1. Obsolete spelling of beneath

Anagrams

  • behenate


English

Alternative forms

  • beneathe (obsolete)

Etymology

From Middle English benethe, from Old English bineoþan (beneath, under, below), equivalent to be- +‎ neath. Cognate with Low German benedden (beneath), Dutch beneden (beneath, under, down), obsolete German benieden (below).

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /bɪˈniːθ/
  • Rhymes: -iːθ

Adverb

beneath

  1. Below or underneath.

Translations

Preposition

beneath

  1. Below.
    • 1718, Alexander Pope, epitaph to Nicholas Rowe
      Beneath a rude and nameless stone he lies.
  2. In a position that is lower in rank, dignity, etc.
    • a. 1730, Francis Atterbury, in The Grub-Street Journal, Volume 1
      He will do nothing that is beneath his high station.
  3. Covered up or concealed by something.

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