Definitions of stour:
  • adjective:   (now rare outside dialects) Tall; large; stout.
  • adjective:   (now rare outside dialects) Strong; powerful; hardy; robust; sturdy.
  • adjective:   (now rare outside dialects) Bold; audacious.
  • adjective:   (now rare outside dialects) Rough in manner; stern; austere; ill-tempered.
  • adjective:   (now rare outside dialects, of a voice) Rough; hoarse; deep-toned; harsh.
  • adjective:   (now rare outside dialects, of land or cloth) Stiff; inflexible.
  • adjective:   (obsolete) Resolute; unyielding.
  • noun:   (UK dialectal, Ulster) A blowing or deposit of dust; dust in motion or at rest; dust in general.
  • adverb:   (now chiefly dialectal) Severely; strongly.
  • noun:   A stake.
  • noun:   A round of a ladder.
  • noun:   A stave in the side of a wagon.
  • noun:   A large pole by which barges are propelled against the stream; a poy.
  • noun:   (obsolete) An armed battle or conflict.
  • noun:   (obsolete) A time of struggle or stress.
  • noun:   (now dialectal) Tumult, commotion; confusion.
  • verb:   Alternative form of stoor
  • noun:   A river in Dorset, England, which flows into the English Channel at Christchurch.
  • noun:   A river in Kent, England, running from the confluence of the Great Stour and Little Stour to the English Channel at Pegwell Bay.
  • noun:   A river in Essex and Suffolk, England, flowing into the North Sea at Harwich.
  • noun:   A river in Oxfordshire and Warwickshire, England, which joins the Warwickshire Avon near Stratford-on-Avon.
  • noun:   A river in Staffordshire, West Midlands, and Worcestershire, England, which flows into the River Severn.

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