Tother meaning

tŭthər
The other.
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(chiefly dial.) The (or that) other.
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(now UK dialectal) Other.

An' they left one'n the sarvant gals as well for comp'ny for the housekeeper, but the tother sarvant gals they took wid 'em. "” The Robber and the Housekeeper.

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Origin of tother

  • From Middle English the tother alteration of thet other that other thet the (from Old English thæt that) other other other

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Middle English, from the incorrect division of thet other (“the/that other"). Compare Scots tither; English tone. More at that, other.

    From Wiktionary