Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A drinking-vessel formerly in use, especially intended for drinking mead or metheglin. The vessels identified as methers are of wood, cut out of a single piece, having a capacity of from one to three pints.
- Related to mead, metheglin (Wiktionary)
“I, OTOH, nailed his ex-wife as being a horrible human the first time I met her at age 4 and loved my stepmom from the first time I mether.”
“I mether on the street about fifteen or twenty days ago, and shetold me she was going soon.”
“Before she could reiterate her question, however, he had mether with another.”
“And in your oaken mether the yellow mead shall flow”
“He called for ale, and holding in his hands a huge four-cornered mether of the same, rimmed with silver and furnished with a double silver hand-grip, he pledged the King and bade him and his a kindly welcome.”
“So, it is not anymore a gtk frondend to the previous python based one. mether pointed me to Vala and I started porting lekhonee-gnome.”
“Is it possible to hard code the style names and loop it or use another mether that does not involve making selections.”
“Used preupgrade for the first time, took most of the packages from mether.”
“Rahul Sundaram mether di-git-ally managing love letters”
“I never had but two calves in my life, and those my mether left me;”
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Vigesimal counting systems, once used by shepherds in the North of England and southern Scotland, especially in the dales of the Lake District. The Yan Tan Tethera system was also used for counting...
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