accompanieth etymology

English word accompanieth comes from English accompany, English -eth

Detailed word origin of accompanieth

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
accompany English (eng) (intransitive, obsolete) To associate in a company; to keep company.. (intransitive, obsolete) To cohabit (with).. (transitive) To go with or attend as a companion or associate; to keep company with; to go along with.. (transitive) To supplement with; add to.. (transitive, music) To perform an accompanying part next to another instrument.. (transitive, obsolete) To cohabit with; to coexist [...]
-eth English (eng) Used to create ordinal numbers from cardinal numbers ending in -y, namely the multiples of ten (other than ten itself): 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, and 90; e.g. twentieth, thirtieth. (archaic) Used to form the third-person singular present indicative of verbs.. (humorous) replaces -s or -es (of verb forms and noun plurals), or is appended to other verb forms, forming nonce, pseudoarchaic [...]
accompanieth English (eng)

Words with the same origin as accompanieth

Descendants of accompany
accompanable accompaniable accompaniest accompaniment accompanist
Descendants of -eth
abideth believeth cometh doeth dwelleth endeth endureth goeth keepeth knoweth leadeth lieth liveth loveth maketh passeth raineth reigneth restoreth runneth sayeth seeketh turneth twentieth walketh