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Cognate to French retirer.



  1. (Jersey) to retreat, withdraw, get out
  2. (Jersey) to ebb (of tide)
  3. (Jersey) to take out (money)
  4. (Jersey, 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.