wuther

verb
wuth·er | \ˈwə-t͟hər \
wuthered; wuthering; wuthers

Definition of wuther 

intransitive verb

dialectal, England

: to blow with a dull roaring sound

First Known Use of wuther

1847, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for wuther

alteration of whither to rush, bluster, hurl

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