- quoth: see bequeath
- quoth (v.)
- Old English cwæð, third person singular past tense of cweðan "to say, speak; name, call; declare, proclaim" (Middle English quethan), from Proto-Germanic *kwithan (cognates: Old Saxon quethan, Old Norse kveða, Old Frisian quetha, Old High German quedan, Gothic qiþan), from PIE root *gwet- "to say, speak" (see bequeath). Compare also archaic quotha "said he" (1510s) for Old English cwæðe ge "think you?"
- 1. "I blame the selectors," quoth he.
- 2. 'Ask your pardon , sir, you would be very wrong,'quoth Silver.
- “ 请恕我直言, 先生, 那样你就大错特错了. ”
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- 3. Quoth the raven , nevermore ! - E . A . Poe.
- 决不再说黑无呀! -E.A.波尔.
- 4. Quoth the raven, nevermore!
- 乌鸦说, 永不复还!
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