whirry

[ hwur-ee, wur-ee ]
/ ˈʰwɜr i, ˈwɜr i /
Scot.

verb (used without object), whir·ried, whir·ry·ing.

to hurry; go rapidly.

verb (used with object), whir·ried, whir·ry·ing.

to carry (something) or drive (cattle) swiftly.

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Origin of whirry

1575–85; perhaps blend of whir and hurry
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