moither


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moither

(ˈmɔɪðə) or

moider

vb
1. (tr; usually passive) to bother or bewilder
2. (intr) to talk in a rambling or confused manner
[C17: of obscure origin]

moither


Past participle: moithered
Gerund: moithering

Imperative
moither
moither
Present
I moither
you moither
he/she/it moithers
we moither
you moither
they moither
Preterite
I moithered
you moithered
he/she/it moithered
we moithered
you moithered
they moithered
Present Continuous
I am moithering
you are moithering
he/she/it is moithering
we are moithering
you are moithering
they are moithering
Present Perfect
I have moithered
you have moithered
he/she/it has moithered
we have moithered
you have moithered
they have moithered
Past Continuous
I was moithering
you were moithering
he/she/it was moithering
we were moithering
you were moithering
they were moithering
Past Perfect
I had moithered
you had moithered
he/she/it had moithered
we had moithered
you had moithered
they had moithered
Future
I will moither
you will moither
he/she/it will moither
we will moither
you will moither
they will moither
Future Perfect
I will have moithered
you will have moithered
he/she/it will have moithered
we will have moithered
you will have moithered
they will have moithered
Future Continuous
I will be moithering
you will be moithering
he/she/it will be moithering
we will be moithering
you will be moithering
they will be moithering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been moithering
you have been moithering
he/she/it has been moithering
we have been moithering
you have been moithering
they have been moithering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been moithering
you will have been moithering
he/she/it will have been moithering
we will have been moithering
you will have been moithering
they will have been moithering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been moithering
you had been moithering
he/she/it had been moithering
we had been moithering
you had been moithering
they had been moithering
Conditional
I would moither
you would moither
he/she/it would moither
we would moither
you would moither
they would moither
Past Conditional
I would have moithered
you would have moithered
he/she/it would have moithered
we would have moithered
you would have moithered
they would have moithered
References in classic literature ?
Mother's a good-tempered woman but she gets fair moithered. The biggest ones goes out in th' cow-shed and plays there.
You'll happen be a bit moithered with it while it's so little; but I'll come, and welcome, and see to it for you: I've a bit o' time to spare most days, for when one gets up betimes i' the morning, the clock seems to stan' still tow'rt ten, afore it's time to go about the victual.
Apart from the significance of the Eight Moither Goddesses for the festivals outlined above, Lalitpurians also do Power-place worship during the course of various life-cycle rituals.
Great competitors don't moither themselves about other guys.
Years ago, if children were causing disturbances or what not, you said something to them: "Go away!"; they went, there was no moither. Now they won't.
It is possible that the parade commander was a bit moithered and got his commands in a bit of a twist.