Definition of Tother

1. Pronoun. (context: now UK dialectal) Other. ¹



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Definition of Tother

1. the other [pron] - See also: other

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tother

totem poles
totem tennis
totemic
totemically
totemism
totemisms
totemist
totemistic
totemists
totemite
totemites
totems
toter
toters
totes
tother (current term)
totient
totients
toting
totipalmate
totipalmi
totipotence
totipotencies
totipotency
totipotent
totipotent cell
totipotential protoplasm
totitive
totitives
totiviridae

Literary usage of Tother

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1. Our Next-door Neighbor: A Winter in Mexico by Gilbert Haven (1875)
"tother Side up.—Descent into the Valley of San Juan.—Lone yellow Cone.—Longfellow and Homer. —Elysium after much Turmoil.—A Dissertation on Beggars. ..."

2. Old Mortality by Walter Scott (1878)
"... kind o' questioning in fashion that I liked waur than Effectual Calling; and the ' did promise and vow' of the tane were yoked to the end o' the tother. ..."

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