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ither

[ ith-er ]

adjective

, British Dialect.


ither

/ ˈɪðər /

determiner

  1. See other
    a Scot word for other


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  • ither·ness noun

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Example Sentences

I'd believe it quicker aboot yon ither chiel, Charlie Rogerson.

He can come an' be my neighbor, an' as he'll hae to get work in ony case, he micht as weel work wi' me as wi' ony ither body.

An' forby you maun mind that there are ither folk wha'll be vexed if you dinna get better.

"That's because they found an easy way to do it from the ither side," was the sensible comment of Tim Brophy.

Th' ither lasses Lisbeth's hae'n had a michty trouble wi' them.

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IthákiI think; therefore I am