whaur

whaur

(hwɔːr)
adv, pron, conj, n
a Scot word for where
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Macdonald, Whaur Extremes Meet: Scotlands twentieth century (Edinburgh: John Donald, 2009), pp.
I'll ha'e nae haul-way hoose, but aye be whaur Extremes meet--it's the only way I ken To dodge the curst conceit o' bein' richt That damns the vast majority o' men.
To add to this commemorative year, Nathan and Alasdair have also collaborated to record Whaur the Pig Gaed on the Spree, an album of song in the style of the British music recorded by Lomax in those days of flannel trousers and straight-cut skirts.
So yer stepping steenies was the sort o resting places whaur you were taught something.
Whaur Thais, Alcibiades be, Thon sibbit cuisins: can ye tell Whaur clettaran Echo draws pell-mell Abuin some burn owrehung wi bine Her beautie's mair nor human spell-- Ay, whaur are the snaws of langsyne?
Whaur Daur Meddle Wi' Me - the motto of the nation - means something again.
Lots of actors from the south with dodgy accents saying: "Ochhhh, whaurs wee Boaby?