spilth

Related to spilth: Inenarrable, nonplus

spilth

 (spĭlth)
n. Archaic
1. The act of spilling.
2. An amount spilled.

[From spill.]

spilth

(spɪlθ)
n
a thing that has been spilt

spilth

(spɪlθ)

n.
2. something that is spilled.
3. refuse; trash.
[1600–10]
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And it gleamed the color of old tusks; it held the spilth of continental seedbed, gastropod and brachiopod and seaworm and sea lily, and vertebrae of stone; and here one night of my late adolescence it made a couch for two recumbent humans, marble-limbed and languid as two figures on the lid of a sarcophagus.