Bothered or bewildered.  ‘Moither’ can also mean to ramble or speak in a confused way.

‘Mother’s a good-tempered woman, but she gets fair moithered.’


Source: Frances Hodgson Burnett, The Secret Garden, illus. Inga Moore (London: Walker Books, 2009) (1911), p. 63


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