from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A mower.
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- noun obsolete
- noun A
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From Middle English *medere, from Old English mǣþere ("a mower"), equivalent to math + -er.
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Page 151 meader whar thar were a mowin'-scythe with the blade standin 'up, Flyin'-jib run chug aginst it with sich force that it split him wide open frum the eend uv his nose to the tip uv his tail.
"You slip around along the right side of this meader, an 'I'll take the left side.
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