moither

moider (ˈmɔɪdə)

/ (ˈmɔɪðə) /

verb dialect

(tr; usually passive) to bother or bewilder
(intr) to talk in a rambling or confused manner

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Word Origin for moither

C17: of obscure origin
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Example sentences from the Web for moither

  • I was in that pain, sir, and I didn't want to moither my shipmets no more'n you, so I closes my teeth.