Toshiver vs Toshier - What's the difference?
As a verb toshiver
is (obsolete) to break in pieces.
As an adjective toshier is
(obsolete) To break in pieces.
(British, slang) Of, related to, or characterized by tosh, especially in its sense as rubbish, trash, nonsense.
:1902 , H. Belloc, Path to Rome , 163
::The poor public... is driven back to toshy novels about problems, written by cooks.
(Scottish) , clean, neat
*1856 , J. Ballantine, Poems , 47
*:And see how it's keepit sae toshy and clean.