Werra

[ver-uh]
noun
  1. a river in central Germany, flowing N from the Thuringian Forest and joining the Fulda River to form the Weser River. 181 miles (291 km) long.
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Historical Examples of werra

  • I think it is a good publication and I like it werra, werra mooch.

  • We did werra well at that gate we just passed, so we tries another field.

    The Chequers

    James Runciman

  • By the fall of evening they had reached the hamlet of Salzungen and bivouacked by the river Werra.

    The Mercenary

    W. J. Eccott

  • Conterminous with the Thuringi (from whom they were separated by the river Werra) on the east, and the Franks on the west.

    The English Language

    Robert Gordon Latham