Quothed



[kwohth] /kwoʊθ/

verb, Archaic.
1.
said (used with nouns, and with first- and third-person pronouns, and always placed before the subject): Quoth the raven, “Nevermore.”.
/kwəʊθ/
verb
1.
(archaic) used with all pronouns except thou and you, and with nouns another word for said1 (sense 2)
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 (cf. Old Saxon quethan, Old Norse kveða, Old Frisian quetha, Old High German quedan, Gothic qiþan), from PIE root *gwet- “to say, speak” (see bequeath). Cf. also archaic quotha “said he” (1510s) for Old English cwæðe ge “think you?”

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