(British colloquial slang)

(Pronounced as 'mother') Descriptive of heavy falling snow (though not nearly as severe as a blizzard).
"The snowfall was quite light ten minutes ago, but now it's really starting to puther".
by Splatharri March 29, 2010
Puther is most commonly used to describe the son of a wealthy businessman who comes from a rural Pind in Punjab. Many puthers have left Punjab and now are taking over the city of Toronto. Puthers have a natural ability to break dance, yet maintain a shy and quiet personality. Puthers think that they are gangster, but really, are big softies.
Sunny Malhotra the most sought after puther in Canada.
by Pacquito May 27, 2010

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