Th Words: Mastering Pronunciation and Usage in English Language

In this article, you’ll discover a variety of words starting with “th” and learn how to use them effectively in your everyday communication.

  1. Thane- A man granted land by the king in medieval Scotland for military service.
  2. Thatch- Plant stalks or foliage, such as reeds or straw, used for roofing.
  3. Theft- The act of stealing; taking someone’s property without permission.
  4. Theme- The subject or topic of a discourse or of a piece of writing.
  5. There- In, at, or to that place or position.
  6. These- Plural form of ‘this’; used to identify a specific set of items close at hand.
  7. Theta- The eighth letter of the Greek alphabet.
  8. Thick- Having a large distance between opposite sides; not thin.
  9. Thief- A person who steals another person’s property.
  10. Thigh- The part of the human leg between the hip and the knee.
  11. Thin- Having little, or less than usual, fat or width.
  12. Thing- An object that one need not, cannot, or does not wish to give a specific name to.
  13. Think- To have a particular opinion, belief, or idea about someone or something.
  14. Third- Constituting number three in a sequence; 3rd.
  15. Thorn- A sharp pointed spine or prickle on a plant or branch.
  16. Those- Plural form of ‘that’; referring to a previously mentioned or easily identified set of items.
  17. Thou- Archaic or religious form of ‘you’ as the singular subject.
  18. Though- Despite the fact that; although.
  19. Thought- The act, process, or power of thinking.
  20. Thread- A long, thin strand of cotton, nylon, or other fibers used in sewing or weaving.
  21. Threat- A statement of an intention to inflict pain, injury, damage, or other hostile action.
  22. Three- Equivalent to the sum of one and two; one more than two; 3.
  23. Threw- Past tense of throw; having propelled something with force through the air by a movement of the arm.
  24. Throb- To beat or feel a strong, regular beat or pulsation.
  25. Throne- A ceremonial chair for a sovereign, bishop, or similar figure.
  26. Through- Moving in one side and out of the other side of (an opening, channel, or location).
  27. Throw- To propel something with force through the air by a movement of the arm and hand.
  28. Thrum- To make a continuous rhythmic humming sound.
  29. Thumb- The short, thick first digit of the human hand, set lower and apart from the other four.
  30. Thump- A loud, dull sound made by something heavy striking something else.
  31. Thunder- The loud rumbling or crashing noise heard after a lightning flash due to the expansion of rapidly heated air.
  32. Thus- As a result or consequence of this; therefore.
  33. Thyme- A low-growing aromatic plant of the mint family. The small leaves are used as a culinary herb.
  34. Thyself- An old-fashioned, poetic, or religious word for ‘yourself’.
  35. Thwart- Prevent someone from accomplishing something.
  36. Thyroid- A large ductless gland in the neck that secretes hormones regulating growth and development.
  37. Tickle- Touch or stroke lightly so as to cause laughter or twitching movements.
  38. Tight- Fixed, fastened, or closed firmly; hard to move or open.
  39. Tights- A garment resembling stockings or leggings.
  40. Tighten- Make or become tight or tighter.
  41. Thrill- A sudden feeling of excitement and pleasure.
  42. Thrive- Grow or develop well or vigorously.
  43. Throat- The passage that leads from the back of the mouth of a person or animal.
  44. Throne- A ceremonial chair for a sovereign or a bishop.
  45. Thrust- Push suddenly or violently in a specified direction.
  46. Thuja- An evergreen coniferous tree with small cones, typically grown as an ornamental or hedge tree.
  47. Thunk- A dull, heavy sound, such as that made by thick pieces of metal striking together.
  48. Thymus- A lymphoid organ situated in the neck of vertebrates which produces T-cells for the immune system.
  49. Thirst- A feeling of needing or wanting to drink something.
  50. Thicket- A dense group of bushes or trees.
  51. Thrifty- Using money and other resources carefully and not wastefully.
  52. Thrasher- A bird, typically brown and gray, famed for its powerful singing voice.
  53. Thermal- Relating to heat.
  54. Thrum- The continuous, typically dull sound of a spinning wheel or loom.
  55. Throe- Severe spasms of pain; often used in plural.
  56. Thalweg- The line of lowest elevation within a valley or watercourse.
  57. Thrash- Beat repeatedly and violently with a stick or whip.
  58. Thrid- Variant of thread, especially used in the sense of passing a thread through a needle.
  59. Thud- A heavy dull sound, as made by the impact of heavy objects.
  60. Thump- Strike or hit heavily, typically with a thud.
  61. Thule- A place, usually hypothetical or fictional, representing the farthest possible point of travel.
  62. Thieve- Steal.
  63. Tholos- A dome-shaped ancient Greek tomb built above ground with a circular plan.
  64. Thrall- The state of being in someone’s power, or of having great power over someone.
  65. Thrall- A historical term for a serf or slave.
  66. Throe- Severe pang or spasm of pain.
  67. Thorned- Having thorns.
  68. Thorax- The part of the body of a mammal between the neck and the abdomen, including the cavity enclosed by the ribs.
  69. Thoric- Pertaining to the thorax.
  70. Thorp- A small village or hamlet.
  71. Thou- An archaic or dialect form of ‘you’.

This focused list provides a range of “th” words, from commonly used terms to more specialized or archaic references, encompassing a wide variety of English vocabulary.

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