rother

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Middle English rother, ruther, reother, from Old English hrūþer, hrȳþer, byforms of hrīþer, hrīþ (neat; ox), from Proto-Germanic *hrunþaz, *hrinþaz. Cognate with Dutch rund (ox), German Rind (bovine; beef).

Noun[edit]

rother (plural rothers)

  1. a horned animal, especially an ox

Etymology 2[edit]

From Old English. See rudder.

Noun[edit]

rother (plural rothers)

  1. A rudder.
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Adjective[edit]

rother

  1. inflected form of roth