N. celeth n. “stream, *brook, rill, runlet; (lit.) a flowing” (Category: Brook, Stream, River)
A noun in The Etymologies of the 1930s glossed “stream” appearing in a marginal note next to the root ᴹ√KEL “go, run (especially of water), flow away downhill” (Ety/KEL; EtyAC/KEL). It might be used for any small flow of water like brook, rill, or runlet; its literal meaning is probably “*flowing”.
Reference ✧ EtyAC/KEL ✧ “stream”
|ᴹ√KEL > celeth||[kelette] > [kelettʰe] > [keleθθe] > [keleθθ] > [keleθ]||✧ EtyAC/KEL|