Origin of the name ETH.
Etymology of the
Meaning of the baby name ETH.
form of Scottish Aoidh
(q.v.), meaning "fire."
... Here he met with a repulse;
and the greatest part of his army consisting of Picts, who were not yet
very hearty in the service, they shamefully fled, leaving Constantine in
the hands of the enemy, who beheaded him in a neighbouring cave, A.D.
874. He was succeeded by his brother Eth, surnamed The
wing-footed, on account of his swiftness; who reigned little more than
one year, being mortally wounded in a battle near Inverury, by his
cousin Grig, the son of Dunvenald, who claimed the crown as his right. (The
of Great Britain, Laing, v.3, 1805)