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Definition of the verb throve
What does throve mean as a doing word?
- A past tense of thrive.
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by East Riding Antiquarian Society
A Throve is a stock of corn, consisting in some parts of twelve sheaves, and in others of twenty-four sheaves. This word is also in occasional use in the Riding. The expression havers and thraves, which occurs repeatedly in this Survey, does not seem to apply to general corn tithes, but rather to the special Yorkshire impost of a stook for every ploughland for the Cathedral Church. This was termed Peter's corn. Rex Athelstanus concessit Deo et beato Petro Ebor et colideis predictis de ...
by William KENRICK (LL.D.)
throve. and sometimes less properly thrived, part. thriven. [Of this word there is found no satisfactory etymology: in the northern diale&t they use throdden, to make grow ; perhaps throve was the original word, from throa, Islan. to Jojij 5 to grow rich ; to advance in any thing desired. 16 r THR 1 v ER—THRiv-ER. m. s. [ from thrive.
In which Not Only the Meaning of Every Word is Explained, and the Sound of Every Syllable Distinctly Shown, But, where Words are Subject to Different Pronunciations, the Reasons for Each are Duly Considered, and the Best Pronunciation is Selected by John Walker
To Throve, throve. pret. of Thrive. schoke. Through, thröö. prep. From end to end of. Throughout, thröö-öät. prep. In every part of.-ad. Every where; in every part. Throw, thrö. v. n. To fling, cast, overturn. Throw, thrö. s. A cast, fail, effort, sally. Thrum, thrām. s. The ends of a weaver's threads; ends of a warp, any coarse yarn. Thrum, thrám. v. a. To grate, play coarsely. Thrush, thrūsh, s. A small singing bird, a disorde Thrust, thråst. v.a. To push, stab, intrude. Thrust, thrāst.
One Main Object of Which, Is, to Establish a Plain and Permanent Standard Pronunciation. : To which is Prefixed a Rhetorical Grammar by Thomas Sheridan
preterite, Throve, Thrived ; part. Thriven . To prosper, to ...
A General Dictionary of the English Language. One Main Object of Which, Is, to Establish a Plain and Permanent Standard of Pronunciation. To which is Prefixed a Rhetorical Grammar. By Thomas Sheridan, A.M. (1780)
preterite, Throve, Thrived ; part. Thriven.
by Charlotte Buxton
throve past of thrive. throw v. (throwing, threw; past part. thrown) 1 send through the airfrom the hand. 2 move or place hurriedly or roughly. 3 direct or cast light, a look, etc. somewhere. 4 send suddenly into a particular state. 5 confuse; put off. 6 form pottery on a wheel. n. 1 an act of throwing, or the distance thrown. 2 a light cover for furniture. throw away ...
for the use of schools, foreigners, etc. on the plan of Sheridan by Stephen Jones, Thomas Sheridan
Throve, throve, the prêt, of Thrive. Through, thrâ, prep ...
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Scrabble value of T1H4R1O1V4E1
The value of this 6-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.Couldn't select: Got error 28 from storage engine