- From Middle English, from Old English hraþe ("quickly"), from Proto-Germanic *hraþô (“quickly, rapidly”), from *hraþaz (“quick, rapid”). See above. (Wiktionary)
- Middle English, quick, from Old English hræd, hræth. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“I prefer them to stay on the softball field rathe than even attempt to govern after the disastrous Bush administration ......”
“In fact, “rather” is in origin the comparative of the obsolete adverb “rathe”.”
“My only objection is teh bbl length, wish ws 24 rathe than 22.”
“The fact is that if voting patterns actually went on political record (rathe rthan tribalism, billionnaire's donations, spin and dirty politics), no-one woudl vote Labour in Wales at at all ...”
“It tuns out he prefers to keep his seat rathe than to take a stand.”
“When most of us think about lack of access to water among the poor, we're more likely to envision people in third-world countries — victims of drought, famine or polluted rivers — rathe ...”
“A rathe rinterseting bit of info, turns out Monsanto's CEO doesn't even believe in his company's own products. click here are numerous instances where Monsanto has threatened the M$M about exposing dubious safety of its commodities. by”
“Is he deliberately and consciously teaching a doctrine different from the gospel that has been handed down to us, or is he rathe a profoundly confused soul?”
“I would like to see more of that commandline stuff as given here in the comments though, I would rathe rlearn how to do it from the basics instead of 'needing' to use a GIU for everything...”
“For someone who talks psycho-babble and accuses others of being in denial you are a rathe despicable piece of work.”
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IE roots of bhel- and a few others
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