/ (hwɔːr) /
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adverb, pronoun, conjunction, noun
a Scot word for where
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what the hell, what've, What will be, will be, what with, whaup, whaur, wheal, wheat, wheat beer, wheat berry, wheat bread
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How to use whaur in a sentence
She didnae stand there lang; she began to move again an' cam' slowly towards Mr. Soulis whaur he stood under the saughs.
I speired at her whaur she had hod it, but she juist said, 'What would I be doin' hoddin't'?'
I believe she lay waukin a' nicht thinkin' oot whaur it would be.
Laddie, do you know whaur's a doctor who can be had for a shulling or two for a poor auld country body in my shop?
There was a pounding on the thin partition wall, an oath and a shout "Whaur's the deil o' a dog?"