• retferdiggjøreren

    yes, in midle english it can be “What for” which means “why”.
    But it can also mean “And that it why” or “Which is why”. For example you can say:
    “Dman is lurking outside of my house and keep bothering me, wherefor I dont like him.”

    • 1111

      i’m pretty sure dman is aware of this

    • http://twitter.com/V2Blast V2Blast

      I believe that second usage would be “therefore”, not “wherefore”.

      • Jada

        I said medieval English, not modern :)

  • Ryan

    This has been late medieval English with Dman.