wuther

[wuhth-er]

verb (used without object) British Dialect.

(of wind) to blow fiercely.

Nearby words

  1. wusih,
  2. wuss,
  3. wussy,
  4. wusuli jiang,
  5. wutai shan,
  6. wuthering,
  7. wuthering heights,
  8. wutsin,
  9. wuxi,
  10. wuxia

Origin of wuther

1846; variant of dial. and Scots whither, Middle English (Scots) quhediren; compare Old Norse hvitha squall of wind

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