worth

• The principal which, drawing interest at a given rate, will amount to the given sum at the date on which this is to be paid; thus, interest being at 6%, the present value of $106 due one year hence is $100. • (v. i.) To be; to become; to betide; -- now used only in the phrases, woe worth the day, woe worth the man, etc., in which the......
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worth

noun the quality that renders something desirable or valuable or useful
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Worth

[horse] Worth (1909–1912) was an American Thoroughbred race horse. He was the winner of the 1912 Kentucky Derby, as well as the Chesapeake Stakes and Latonia Handicap. He was the top racehorse, based on earnings, in 1911 and became a U.S. champion in 1912. On November 6, 1912, Worth was severely injured during a race run at the Pimlico Ra...
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Worth

[magazine] Worth is an American financial, wealth management and lifestyle magazine founded in 1992 and re-launched by Sandow in 2009. The magazine addresses financial, legal and lifestyle issues for high net worth individuals, featuring stories about dynamic wealth creators and providing expert advice on investing and wealth management. Ea...
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Worth

Worth adjective [ Middle English worth , wurþ , Anglo-Saxon weorð , wurE ; akin to OFries. werth , Old Saxon werð , Dutch waard , Old High German werd , German wert , werth , Icelandic verðr , Swedish värd
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Worth

Worth intransitive verb [ Middle English worthen , wurþen , to become, Anglo-Saxon weorðan ; akin to Old Saxon werðan , Dutch worden , German werden , Old High German werdan , Icelandic verða , Swedish varda , Goth. waírpa...
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Worth

Worth noun [ Middle English worth , wurþ , Anglo-Saxon weorð , wurð ; weorð , wurð , adj. See Worth , adjective ] 1. That quality of a thing which renders it valuable or useful; sum of valuable qualities whic...
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worth

To be; to become; to betide; now used only in the phrases, woe worth the day, woe worth the man, etc, in which the verb is in the imperative, and the nouns day, man, etc, are in the dative. Woe be to the day, woe be to the man, etc, are equivalent phrases. 'I counsel . . . To let the cat worthe.' (Piers Plowman) 'He worth upon [got upon] his steed ...
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Worth

Type: Term Pronunciation: wŏrth Definitions: 1. Claud A., British ophthalmologist, 1869-1936. See: Worth amblyoscope
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