[th ur, th eer]

pronoun Scot. and North England.

Origin of thir

1300–50; Middle English (north) < ? Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for thir

Historical Examples of thir

  • "You're wanted above, thir," he said to the acting scout master.


    Alan Douglas

  • What wight have you to cwout yourthelf into a theat bethide a gentleman, thir?

  • The Northern plural of this is thir, which supplanted thas as thise did in the Midland.

    The Bruce

    John Barbour

  • But surely there maun be some way o remeid for us a in thir straits?

    The Entail

    John Galt

  • Thir, will you have the kindness to supply me with thome papah and enwelophs!

    Acres of Diamonds

    Russell H. Conwell