The Correct spelling is: weather
Common misspellings of the word weather are:
How do you spell weather?. It is not eather or ewather or waether or wather or weaher or weahter or weatehr or weater or weathar or weathe or weathr or weathre or wetaher or wetha or even wether for that matter!
- The state of the atmosphere at a given time and place, with respect to variables such as temperature, moisture, wind velocity, and barometric pressure.
- Adverse or destructive atmospheric conditions, such as high winds or heavy rain: encountered weather five miles out to sea.
- The unpleasant or destructive effects of such atmospheric conditions: protected the house from the weather.
- weathers Changes of fortune: had known him in many weathers.
v., -ered, -erÂ·ing, -ers. v.tr.
- To expose to the action of the elements, as for drying, seasoning, or coloring.
- To discolor, disintegrate, wear, or otherwise affect adversely by exposure.
- To come through (something) safely; survive: weather a crisis.
- To slope (a roof, for example) so as to shed water.
- Nautical. To pass to the windward of despite bad weather.
- To show the effects, such as discoloration, of exposure to the elements: The walls of the barn had weathered.
- To withstand the effects of weather: a house paint that weathers well.
- Nautical. Of or relating to the windward side of a ship; windward.
- Relating to or used in weather forecasting: a weather plane.
- To experience or cause to experience weather conditions that prevent movement: The squadron is weathered in because of dense fog. Such a storm will weather the fleet in.
make heavy weather of
under the weather
- To exaggerate the difficulty of something to be done.
- Somewhat indisposed; slightly ill.
- Intoxicated; drunk.
- Suffering from a hangover.
[Middle English weder, wether, from Old English weder.]