Pother



[poth -er] /ˈpɒð ər/

noun
1.
commotion; uproar.
2.
a heated discussion, debate, or argument; fuss; to-do.
3.
a choking or suffocating cloud, as of smoke or dust.
verb (used with or without object)
4.
to worry; bother.
/ˈpɒðə/
noun
1.
a commotion, fuss, or disturbance
2.
a choking cloud of smoke, dust, etc
verb
3.
to make or be troubled or upset
n.

1590s, “disturbance, commotion,” of unknown origin. Meaning “mental trouble” is from 1640s; verb sense of “to fluster” is attested from 1690s.

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