The Correct spelling is: whether

Common misspellings of the word whether are:

How do you spell whether?. It is not whther

  • conj.
    1. Used in indirect questions to introduce one alternative: We should find out whether the museum is open. See Usage Note at doubt, if.
    2. Used to introduce alternative possibilities: Whether she wins or whether she loses, this is her last tournament.
    3. Either: He passed the test, whether by skill or luck.
    pron. Archaic.

    Which: “We came in full View of a great Island or Continent, (for we knew not whether)” (Jonathan Swift).


    whether or no

    1. Regardless of circumstances.

    [Middle English, from Old English hwether.]

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