nauther etymology

English word nauther comes from Old English hwæþer (Which (of the two).), Old English na (No Never, not at all; not even; by no means. No, not.)

Detailed word origin of nauther

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
hwæþer Old English (ang) Which (of the two).
na Old English (ang) No Never, not at all; not even; by no means. No, not.
nawþer Old English (ang)
nauther English (eng) (now, _, UK, dialectal) Neither. (obsolete) Neither.

Words with the same origin as nauther

Descendants of hwæþer
either whether
Descendants of na
dindu nuffin neither no no one no problemo no quarter no soap no wonder no worries nossuh nothing nothingarianism