Etymology 1 n. One who wants, or who wants something Etymology 2
vb. (eye dialect of want to English)
n. a person who wants or needs something; "an owner of many things and needer of none" [syn: needer]
Usage examples of "wanter".
But how come you wanter dig hit up tonight when you ain't leaving until tomor------"
Thar comes Hank Shakespeare, the poet, however-mebbe he ken put ye onter what yer wanter know.
We're just needin' a woman, in this hyar camp, 'ca'se how, ye see, when ther b'yees wanter go courtin' they've got ter court one another.