Mather vs Nather - What's the difference?

mather | nather |


As a noun mather

is .

As a conjunction nather is

(obsolete|regional) neither.

mather

English

nather

English

Conjunction

(head)
  • (obsolete, regional) neither
  • * {{quote-book, year=1854, author=William Harrison Ainsworth, title=The Lancashire Witches, chapter=, edition= citation
  • , passage="Weel, then," said Jem, imperfectly comprehending the signs made to him by the reeve, "the hut looks nather to t' south naw to t' north, but to t' west; it feaces t' moor; an there is a path fro' it to Hook Cliff." }}