Definition of Whur. Meaning of Whur. Synonyms of Whur

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Definition of Whur

Whur
Whur Whur, v. i. [Probably of imitative origin. Cf. Hurr, Hurry, Whir.] 1. To make a rough, humming sound, like one who pronounces the letter r with too much force; to whir; to birr. 2. To snarl or growl, as a dog. --Halliwell.
Whur
Whur Whur, n. A humming or whirring sound, like that of a body moving through the air with velocity; a whir.

Meaning of Whur from wikipedia

- WHUR-FM (96.3 FM) is an urban adult contemporary radio station that is licensed to Washington D.C., and serving the Metro D.C. area. It is owned and operated...
- Melvin Lindsey, while he was an intern at the Washington, D.C. radio station WHUR-FM. It eventually became regarded as an identifiable subgenre of R&B. Quiet...
- Chief Meteorologist at WUSA Channel 9 in Washington, D.C. and forecaster for WHUR-FM. In 1981, Shutt began his television weather career with CNN in Atlanta...
- began his broadcast career as an intern at Howard University radio station WHUR-FM. In 1976, he brought the "Quiet Storm" to the station's late-night lineup...
- home to WHUR-FM 96.3, also known as Howard University Radio. Howard is also home to WHUT-TV, which is a television station on campus next to WHUR-FM. The...
- While attending Howard, she served as a news anchor for campus radio station WHUR. Prior to joining CNN, Whitfield was a correspondent for NBC News and served...
- receiver) (born 1987), American football player Maurice Williams, reporter for WHUR-FM who was killed in the 1977 Hanafi Muslim Siege Maurice Williams (born...
- American and Diaspora Studies program. Howard University owns and operates WHUR-FM 96.3 FM and WHUT-TV. The two media stations serve as training centers...
- radio format called "The Quiet Storm" on Howard University's radio station WHUR with disc jockey and fellow Howard student Melvin Lindsey. Cathy Hughes was...
- Skinny Cooks Can't Be Trusted. Mo'nique was part of the Washington, D.C., WHUR radio show with George Wilborn. In 2006, she occasionally filled in for afternoon...
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