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Eth (Ð ð) is a letter of the Latin alphabet used in Old English, Icelandic, and Faroese, and in the International Phonetic Alphabet.
Eth may also refer to:
- Eth, Nord, a commune in France
- For the organic chemical name component, see eth-
- -eth, a third person singular suffix in Early Modern English verbs
- Eth Glum, a character in Take It From Here
ETH may also stand for:
- Enter the Haggis, a Celtic rock band based in Toronto, Canada
- Ethernet, in Linux the first ethernet network interface is called eth0, the second one is called eth1 and so on
- Ethiopia (IOC code ETH)
- Extraterrestrial hypothesis of UFOs
- Exponential time hypothesis in computational complexity theory
- Electric Train Heat(ing) in the United Kingdom (see Head end power)
- ETH Zurich, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich
- ETH Domain, Swiss Federal Institutes of Technology Domain, a union of Swiss governmental universities research institutions
- Eilat Airport, Israel (IATA code ETH)
- Ethiopian Airlines, national airline of Ethiopia (ICAO code ETH)
- Eigenstate thermalization hypothesis
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