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ither

[ ith-er ]
/ ˈɪð ər /
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adjective, pronoun, adverb British Dialect.

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OTHER WORDS FROM ither

ith·er·ness, noun
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ither
/ (ˈɪðər) /

determiner

a Scot word for other
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