from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a horned animal, especially an ox
- n. A rudder.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Bovine.
- n. A rudder.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete or dialectal form of rudder.
- n. A bovine animal; a cow, or an animal of the cow kind.
- n. [In this passage rother's is an emendation of brother's, which is given in most editions.]
- n. Cattle-dung; manure.
Big B rother needs love too. by John Hanks on Thursday, Mar 26, 2009 at 11: 32: 41 AM
Walk to Bretton Hall team9 - sons of rother vs shout (Tears for Fears vs Death in Vegas)
Spihsnoitale, rother ister elationships and rother
I am to go to Detroit next Saturday but if I can hear from you I would rother take your advise.
"And our rother dear young friends," she was beginning, when suddenly she put her hands up to her face and made a curious spluttering noise, at sound of which the sisters started in dismay.
I ask and command, whosoever may have my land, that he every year give to the domestics at Folkestone fifty measures of malt, and six measures of meal, and three weys [_heavy weights_] of bacon and cheese, and four hundred loaves, and one rother [_ox_], and six sheep ....
And the old man begins to question me out whether I warn't a run-away, and I rother denied it in the first place; and he says,
Page 195 ring for church, and weighed anchor for the West Indies, and then I see the difference atwixt the sailor's Sunday and a Yorker's, and it made me feel kind's serious and rother bad.
Well, come the sixth day I guess, at evenin 'arter I'd done all my work, and was a settin' on the railin 'rother carelessly, the boom jibed and struck me on the top of my head, and the first I knew I was pitched head first into the brine.
Many of you will never step into a place like the VFW o rother Veteran organizations and you want to ban smoking there??