Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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FUHRE, v. To go, walk, proceed. Arch. Dial. and obs. in Eng. Sc. 1871  P. H. Waddell Psalms xxv. 5:
Lat me fuhre i' yer truth, an' weise ye me.
Sc.(E) 1913  H. P. Cameron Imit. Christ i. i.:
“Wha fallows Me fuhres-na i' the mirk,” quo' the Lord.

[O.Sc. fure, to convey, a.1400, to fare, go, Du. voeren, L.Ger. fören.]

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