Everwhen you can, get this guitar so I can get my fiddle out.
everwhen conjunction When, whenever, at the time or moment that. Same as evern. Cf whenever.
1929 (in 1952 Mathes Tall Tales 105) Everwhen ye git to dostin’ up on them pizin pills this here young whippersnapper of a sawmill doctor gives, ye’re like as not to wake up a-layin’ in yer coffin! 1939 Hall Coll. Cataloochee NC They run [the bear] off I guess for a half a mile before they got up with it and treed it. Everwhen we got there, Jack reached for his gun. (Steve Woody) 1942 Chase Jack Tales 14 “Well, daddy,” says Jack, “just as soon as I can find a place to ketch a hold, I’m a-goin’ to take the creek back up there closer to the house where your old woman can get her water everwhen she wants it.” 1976 Dumas Smoky Mt Speech 26 I’ll name it everwhen you say.
All the Blind Pig Family uses everwhen do you?