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whaur

/hwɔːr/
adverb, pronoun, conjunction, noun
1.
a Scot word for where
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  • And the queston's no whar's the man I micht help, but whaur's the man I maun help.

    Heather and Snow George MacDonald
  • Ye've not been seen since morning's light, and it's nigh-hand on midnight whaur have ye been?

    Despair's Last Journey David Christie Murray
  • I speired at her whaur she had hod it, but she juist said, 'What would I be doin' hoddin't'?'

    A Window in Thrums

    J. M. Barrie
  • At the good landlord's very natural question "whaur's Auld Jock?"

    Greyfriars Bobby Eleanor Atkinson
  • Eh, Jamie, that wad be whaur 'is maister deed sax months syne.

    Greyfriars Bobby Eleanor Atkinson
  • He's been at the kirk o' Crackabout, whaur the kail pat was the minister.

    The Proverbs of Scotland Alexander Hislop
  • whaur hae ye been this mony a day, like a pelican o' the wilderness?'

    Robert Falconer George MacDonald
  • The warst o' 't is I canna tell wha she is or whaur she bides.'

    Robert Falconer George MacDonald
  • He hurried it up to the tope of the hell, whaur it's bided ever sence.

  • They're aye gaun to be better aff onywhaur else than whaur they are.

    Erchie (AKA Hugh Foulis) Neil Munro

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