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...
- 17, 2010. "Tupac's Estate Regains Ownership Of Unreleased Music | WHUR 96.3 FM". whur.com. Retrieved December 19, 2021. Hyman, Dan (May 4, 2016). "Tupac's...
- radio station WHUR-FM 96.3, also known as Howard University Radio. A student-run station, WHBC, operates on an HD Radio subcarrier for WHUR-FM. Howard is...
- Retrieved January 3, 2020. "DC's "Dancing Grandma" P****es at Age 113". WHUR. November 14, 2022. Retrieved November 15, 2022. Warfield, Samantha Jo (March...
- 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...
- While attending Howard, she served as a news anchor for campus radio station WHUR. In 2002, Whitfield was selected as the Howard University School of Communications...
- 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...
- Washington. The gunmen killed 24-year-old Maurice Williams, a radio reporter from WHUR-FM, who stepped off a fifth-floor elevator into the crisis (the fifth floor...
- broadcast on WSOX-HD3: WSOX is short-spaced to three other stations: WHUR-FM 96.3 WHUR (licensed to serve Washington, D.C.), WCTO Cat Country 96 & 107 (licensed...