Wheder

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Whed´er


pron. & co1.Whether.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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/ To crepe fro my Creatour I know not wheder, / Ne wheper His fooschip me fol[??]es bifore oper byhynde'" (913-18).
Anderson is illuminating, for example, on the adversative connectives of Cleanness (bot, thagh, wheder, and yet, bot thagh).
Likewise Symeon wonders about the fate of the virtuous people who have died before him: "Bot yit I meruell, both euyn and morne, / Of old elders that were beforne, / wheder thay be safe or lorne (lost)" (9-11) [emphasis added].
(19) The options Dame Ragnell offers to her husband -- "Wheder ye wolle have me faire on nightes / And as foulle on days to alle men sightes / Or els to have me faire on days / And on nightes on the foulist wife" (659-62) -- seem to articulate the kind of public/Private distinction Hanning wants to ascribe to medieval romance.