r'tither

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Jèrriais[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

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Cognate to French retirer.

Verb[edit]

r'tither

  1. to retreat, withdraw, get out
  2. to ebb (of tide)
  3. to take out (money)
  4. (reflexive, s'èrtither) to retire (multiple senses)
    • Florence Mary Hacquoil (1902-1988), ‘Nout' Libèrté’
      Ch'avait 'té san întention,
      Dé bâti eune belle maison,
      Ouècque i' pouorrait s'èrtither
      Et un gardin tchultiver.