[with -er] /ˈwɪð ər/
George, 1588–1667, English poet and pamphleteer.
(intransitive) (esp of a plant) to droop, wilt, or shrivel up
(intransitive) often foll by away. to fade or waste: all hope withered away
(intransitive) to decay, decline, or disintegrate
(transitive) to cause to wilt, fade, or lose vitality
(transitive) to abash, esp with a scornful look
(transitive) to harm or damage
1530s, alteration of Middle English wydderen “dry up, shrivel” (c.1300), apparently a differentiated and special use of wederen “to expose to weather” (see weather). Cf. German verwittern “to become weather-beaten,” from Witter “weather.”
[jawr-juh] /ˈdʒɔr dʒə/ noun 1. a state in the SE United States. 58,876 sq. mi. (152,489 sq. km). Capital: Atlanta. Abbreviation: GA (for use with zip code), Ga. 2. Also called Georgian Republic. a republic in Transcaucasia, bordering on the Black Sea, N of Turkey and Armenia: an independent kingdom for about 2000 years. 26,872 […]
[jawr-juh n] /ˈdʒɔr dʒən/ adjective 1. of or relating to the period of British history from the accession of in 1714 to the death of in 1830, or the four kings named who reigned successively during this period. 2. of or relating to the period of the reign of (1910–36) or to himself. 3. of, […]
[jawr-jee-an-uh] /ˌdʒɔr dʒiˈæn ə/ noun 1. a female given name.
noun 1. the NE part of Lake Huron, in Ontario, Canada. 6000 sq. mi. (15,500 sq. km). noun 1. a bay in S central Canada, in Ontario, containing many small islands: the NE part of Lake Huron. Area: 15 000 sq km (5800 sq miles)