literally a replacement for the word 'bother'
'He's a mithering twat'
'There was some mither in pub last night'
'Don't mither me, I'm busy'
Used by my Shropshire lass as both noun and verb (transitive and intransitive) to mean 'worry'.
I have also seen this spelled 'myther' or 'maither'.
I was awake all night mithering.
Refers to doing something just because.
Mithers well go to the mall so i can see if there are any sales going on
To prattle, or speak about nothing in particular.
Derivation: my dear old mum from South Harrow.
They were just mithering on...
Don't mither on, love.
Replacement word for mouth.
Shut your Mither!
scottish referral to ones mother.
ma mither married ma father
A replacement for the word mother.
"Mither when's dinner?"