torr (torr), a mound or lump; generally applied to a round hill.
Taking a round to the torr first, he drove into the back-yard.
If there was one spot in the county that the wind seemed to favour above all other spots, it was the torr.
Wherever the cries might come from, it was certainly not from inside the torr.
She was dead now, and old Radcliffe lived in the torr with his only son, and a man and maid servant.
It was at the front-door of the torr, and old Jones was doing it.
He might have reached the torr the previous day; but he did not.
torr, a mound; tighearn, a chief, literally superior of land.
A high rock or peak: also a tower, thus retaining the same meaning it had, as torr, with the Anglo-Saxons.
Se dr astah one torr tforan eallum am folce, and astrehtum earmum ongann fleogan on a lyft.
unit of pressure, 1949, named for Italian physicist Evangelista Torricelli (1608-1647), inventor of the barometer.