Toder vs Toyer - What's the difference?

toder | toyer |


As a pronoun toder

is .

As a noun toyer is

one who toys; one who is full of trifling tricks; a trifler.

toder

English

Pronoun

(English Pronouns)
  • * 1472 , The Coventry Leet Book: Or Mayor's Register , sxn 57, "Joh. Thrumpton Mayor"
  • the wheche old men all & euerych of hem by hym self deposed & swar openly vppon a boke in the presence of the forseid worshipfull men, all the grownde betwen Whitley broke & Barons ffeld of Couentre, that lyeth betwen the kynges hye waye ledyng from Whitley to Couentre on the one syde, and the kynges Parke on the toder syde, to be Comen to the Comeners of this Citee of Couentree;

    toyer

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • One who toys; one who is full of trifling tricks; a trifler.
  • (Webster 1913)