-th

I.
a noun suffix referring to condition, quality, or action, added to words (warmth) and to stems related to words (depth, length).

{Middle English, Old English -þu, -þo, -þ}
II.
the suffix of ordinal numerals (fourth, tenth), the form -th being added in one or two cases to altered stems of the cardinal (fifth, twelfth).

Also, (after y), -eth. {Middle English, Old English -tha, -the; distantly related to Latin -tus, Greek -tos}

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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