adjective, pronoun Older Use.
Examples from the Web for tother
When I saw t' conductor-lad wi' t' stick in his hand callin' up t' trebles an' basses an' tother sets o' singers, Marry!More Tales of the Ridings|Frederic Moorman
This road's full er mud holes sence the big rain we had tother day.Hanover; Or The Persecution of the Lowly|David Bryant Fulton
Then I found myself fallin down on tother side, an that cotton bale tumblin after me.Carolyn of the Corners|Ruth Belmore Endicott
I read in the papers 'tother day that America needed every man.The Portygee|Joseph Crosby Lincoln
The tother way is for to go from the city of Turkestan by Persia, and by that way be many journeys by desert.The Travels of Sir John Mandeville|John Mandeville
British Dictionary definitions for tother
Word Origin for tother
Word Origin and History for tother
"the other," early 13c., þe toþer, from faulty separation of þet oþer "that other;" simple use of tother in place of the other is attested by 1580s.