Definition of acause in English:

acause

conjunction

Regional
  • Because. Also as adverb with of.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in James Hogg (d. 1835), poet and novelist. Alteration of because, on the analogy of such pairs as ahind vs. behind, afore vs. before, etc.

Pronunciation:

acause

/əˈkʌz//əˈkɒz/