Origin of torr
Examples from the Web for torr
A high rock or peak: also a tower, thus retaining the same meaning it had, as torr, with the Anglo-Saxons.The Sailor's Word-Book|William Henry Smyth
Skager was to sail at midnight, and Torr was determined that Jan should not leave the house until that hour was passed.Jan Vedder's Wife|Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
Taking a round to the Torr first, he drove into the back-yard.
She had fully made up her mind to quit the Torr; but she meant to break the fact by degrees to its master and mistress.
They quitted the Torr for the blazing meadows, on their road home again.