Definition of Cather, Willa in English:

Cather, Willa

proper noun

  • (1876–1974), US novelist and short-story writer; full name Willa Sibert Cather. Her home state of Nebraska provides the setting for some of her best writing. Notable works: "O Pioneers!" (1913), "My Antonia" (1918), and "Death Comes for the Archbishop" (1927)

Pronunciation:

Cather, Willa

/ˈkaT͟Hər/