wester

verb west·er \ ˈwe-stər \

Definition of wester

westered; westering play \ˈwe-st(ə-)riŋ\
: to turn or move westward
  • the half moon westers low
  • —A. E. Housman

Origin and Etymology of wester

Middle English westren, from 1west



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