Definition of wanworth in English:

wanworth

(also wanwirt, wanwort)

Pronunciation /ˈwɒnwəːθ/ /ˈwanwəːθ/ /ˈwɒnwəθ/

noun

dialect
  • A price below the real value; an undervalue; a bargain. Usually in "at (also for) a wanworth": for a very low price, extremely cheaply.

adjective

dialect
  • Worthless, unworthy.

Origin

Early 18th century; earliest use found in Scottish Antiquary. As adjective from wan- + worth.