wether (n.) Old form(s): weather , weathers
sheep, ram
MV IV.i.114[Antonio to Bassanio] I am a tainted wether of the flock, / Meetest for death
PP.17.18[Pilgrim] My wether's bell rings doleful knell [>> bell-wether (n.)]
Tim IV.iii.12[Timon alone] It is the pasture lards the wether's sides [F Brothers] [disputed reading]
WT IV.iii.31[Clown to himself] every 'leven wether tods [i.e. every eleven sheep yields a tod of wool]
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