whirry

verb
whir·ry | \ˈhwər-ē, ˈwər-, ˈ(h)wə-rē\
whirried; whirrying

Definition of whirry 

transitive verb

Scotland : to convey quickly

First Known Use of whirry

1582, in the meaning defined at transitive sense

History and Etymology for whirry

perhaps blend of whir and hurry

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