|Part of Speech:||term verb noun|
|Forms:||time, times, timesyn|
|Glosses:||bother, pester, harass, annoy, bothersome, annoying, annoyance, bother|
The term 'time' comes from Old Common and is a general word for bothering, annoying or harassing someone. As a verb is it a transitive skurun verb. As a noun it refers to a particular bother. The derived form 'timesyn' refers to harassment more generally. The modifier form 'times' means 'annoying'.