mither


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mither

(ˈmɪðər)
n
a Scottish word for mother1

mither

(ˈmaɪðə)
vb
(intr) dialect Northern English to fuss over or moan about something
[C17: of unknown origin]
Translations
importunarpreoccupar se de bagatelas
fazer tempestade em um copo d'águaimportunar
References in classic literature ?
It was far in the night, and the bairnies grat, The mither beneath the mools heard that, when Miss Cathy, who had listened to the hubbub from her room, put her head in, and whispered, - 'Are you alone, Nelly?
and Mithers himself came into the room where I was waiting for her - THERE'S a man
In Aberdeen, a free bus, provided by Stagecoach on September 9 will ferry passengers to locations such as Freemason's Hall, King's Museum, the Mither Kirk, Maggie's Aberdeen and the Central Fire Station, with a dramatic chip pan blaze demo.
I just want her to walk back through that front door and start giving me mither again and talking about boys and whatnot.
THINGS TO SEE: The distinctive Mither Tap o' Bennachie can be seen across much of northeast Scotland.
The best known of these are The Men o the North', about the North Sea oil industry, 'Michael Colliery', a lament for a 1967 local coal mine disaster, and '0 Mither, a carefully constructed ribald mother and daughter conversation about sexual temptation.
This second book in the Mither Mages series stands well either alone or as a continuation of the saga for prior readers: chapters tell of Danny's continually evolving powers, his confrontation with enemies including a powerful mage called Bel, and the evolution of his responsibilities concerning the Great Gates.
We didn't want the expense and we didn't want the mither," said Regan crisply.
O the little tiny kickshaw that Mither sent tae me, 'Tis sweeter than the sugar-plum that reepens on the tree, Wi' denty flavorin's o' spice an' musky rosemarie, The little tiny kickshaw that Mither sent tae me.
Words like bellock, 'complain,' and mither, 'bother someone,' were taken as idiolect, though later realised to be widespread in the Midlands.
BILLY Kay's Mither Tongue was one of the most important programmes ever made by BBC Scotland.