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Refers to doing something just because.
Mithers well go to the mall so i can see if there are any sales going on
by crelm November 29, 2009
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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'
by tedster November 12, 2003
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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.
by Richard Burnham August 18, 2004
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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.
by Steven Sanabria August 11, 2004
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Replacement word for mouth.
Shut your Mither!
by Raquel Lynn August 26, 2008
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scottish referral to ones mother.
ma mither married ma father
by louie lou April 12, 2005
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A replacement for the word mother.
"Mither when's dinner?"
by M February 14, 2005
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