noun Scot. and North England.
- mitford, mary russell,
Examples from the Web for mither
An' ae thing a' thocht rael thochtfu' o' him: he first sent aff the laddie's mither tae get a bed ready.A Doctor of the Old School, Part 1|Ian Maclaren
Gie me the kiss, mither, for a've been waitin' for ye, an' a'll sune be asleep.A Doctor of the Old School, Part 4|Ian Maclaren
His mither hes hed a letter frae John aince a week withoot fail sin he left Bogleigh a laddie o' saxteen for Edinburgh.The Days of Auld Lang Syne|Ian MacLaren
It's 'cause we hae the same father and mither; I hae aye kenned that!'Heather and Snow|George MacDonald
Let me see—buy Cubbertscroft, the property o' the freens o' my mither, whase name I bear?Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Vol. XX|Alexander Leighton