Definition of moider in US English:

moider

verb

Irish English, English Regional, Midlands, Manx English, Northern
  • 1with object To confuse, perplex, bewilder; to exhaust, overcome, stupefy; (occasionally) to pester. Chiefly refl. or in pass.

  • 2no object To be delirious, to babble; to wander about aimlessly, ramble.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Abraham Fraunce (?1559–?1593), poet and lawyer. Origin uncertain; perhaps from Irish modartha dark, murky, morose (Early Irish modarda sullen, sad), of uncertain origin.

Pronunciation

moider

/ˈmɔɪdə/