intransitive verb Etymology: alteration of whither to rush, bluster, hurl Date: 1847 dialect England to blow with a dull roaring sound

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  • wuther — ˈwəthə(r) intransitive verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: alteration of whither (III) dialect England : to blow with a dull roaring sound from time to time the wind wuthered in the chimney at his back R.L.Stevenson & Lloyd Osbourne * * * wuther var …   Useful english dictionary

  • wuther — /wudh euhr/, v.i. Brit Dial. (of wind) to blow fiercely. [1846; var. of dial. and Scots whither, ME (Scots) quhediren; cf. ON hvitha squall of wind] * * * …   Universalium

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