[hwur-ee, wur-ee] Scot.
verb (used without object), whirried, whirrying.
to hurry; go rapidly.
verb (used with object), whirried, whirrying.
to carry (something) or drive (cattle) swiftly.

1575–85; perhaps blend of whir and hurry

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