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wuther

[ wuhth-er ]
/ ˈwʌð ər /
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verb (used without object) British Dialect.
(of wind) to blow fiercely.
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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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  • But it won't m—m—m—m—make any diffunce with granny w—w—w—wuther she's s—s—s—salivated or not.

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