And Osgar got up, but the wether put him down under one of his feet, so that it had now the three men under him.
Choose a fine-grained leg of wether mutton, of twelve or fourteen pounds weight; cut it ham shape, and let it hang two days.
God send us wether to bring her in this dangerous tyme of the yeare.
Raynie wether all day, but much more by night, with an earthquake, etc.
It iz vulgarly suppozed that the wether in summer iz hotter in the suthern states than in the northern.
It told when we was a gwine to have rain, and what kind of wether we was gwine to have in gineral.
Weed wanted to know, ef we had a war with England, wether it wouldn't be better to have it carried on by contrack.
I aint allowed to tell you wether were goin to the front from here or not.
The king of Altamonte fattens a louse so much that it grows to the size of a wether.
He struck the tree a few blows; it split open, and out sprang the wether.
Old English weðer "ram," from Proto-Germanic *wethruz (cf. Old Saxon wethar, Old Norse veðr, Old High German widar, German Widder, Gothic wiþrus "lamb"), literally "yearling," from PIE root *wet- "year" (cf. Sanskrit vatsah "calf," Greek etalon "yearling," Latin vitulus "calf," literally "yearling"). Male sheep, especially a castrated one.