ALTHO'UGH, altho', obs. verb, or used only in the Imperative. Grant all this; be it so; allow all; suppose that; admit all that; as, "although the fig tree shall not blossom." Hab. 3. That is, grant, admit or suppose what follows - "the fig tree shall not blossom." It is a transitive verb, and admits after it the definitive that - although that the fig tree shall not blossom; but this use of the verb, has been long obsolete. The word may be defined by notwithstanding, non obstante; as not opposing may be equivalent to admitting or supposing.