from The Century Dictionary.
- To honor; praise; celebrate.
- Another spelling, historically more correct, of harry.
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- verb transitive, obsolete To
honour; praise; celebrate.
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Ai nawt liek teh herry men tho – well nawt awn teh bodee liek a herry bakk.
De white folks hadder herry (hurry) en put t'ings in pots en bury em or hide em somewhey when dey hear dat de Yankees wus comin 'cause dey scare dem Yankees might take dey t'ings lak dey is carry' way udder folks t'ings.
Stevenson say dey mus 'herry en hide dey va'uables cause de Yankees wuz comin' t'rough dere en sweep em out.
Don 'know' xactly how ole I was den, but I c'n tell yah dis much, I wasn't in no herry to marry.
You must herry and git into the house, Huldy, for _I_ d '' no 'how the machine's managed to run without ye all this time.
` ` Troth, 'said Donald, ` ` an I wish I had never seen them between the een, for they're come to herry us out o' house and ha '.' '
"Troth," said Donald, "an 'I wish I had never seen them between the een, for they're come to herry us out o' house and ha '."
ENLARGE herry Rupert, executive director of the state Indian Commission, was honored last week by the Nevada Commission on Tourism for her work on the self-guided tour of the Stewart Indian School.
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