Why do people say heighth?
It turns out that the final t form arose in northern dialects of Middle English at a time when the gh sound in heighth was still pronounced, and pronounced with a sound no longer found in typical English dialects: it had the sound of \ḵ\, which is found at the end of the German name Bach and in the Scots word loch.
How do you pronounce your height?
Do you pronounce the h in height?
The noun form of broad is breadth, the noun form of long is length, and the noun form of wide is width. Because of this, some people follow the pattern and say heighth, with a th at the end of the word high. That is not standard English. The correct form is height.
How do British say Height?
For height and weight of a person, then we generally use feet and inches, and pounds and stone. however, for inanimate objects it is metres and centimetres. Road signs are all in miles.