moider

verb moi·der \ ˈmȯidə(r) \
variants: or moither \-ȯit͟hə-\

Definition of moider

or -ed/-ing/-s
transitive verb
1 dialectal, British : to throw into disorder or an unsettled state : perplex, bewilder
  • had me so moidered, with his talk about securities
  • Irish Digest
2 dialectal, British : distract, bother
  • moider one so with their chatter
  • —Gerald O'Donovan
intransitive verb
1 dialectal, British : to talk incoherently : be delirious
2 dialectal, British : to wander about aimlessly or in a confused manner

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Origin and Etymology of moider

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