As nouns the difference between larry and lurry
is that larry
is while lurry
is (obsolete) a confused heap; a throng or jumble, as of people or sounds.
As a verb lurry is
to lug or pull about or lurry
can be to hurry carelessly.
(en proper noun
A diminutive of Laurence and Lawrence. Popular as a male given name in the U.S. in the 1940s and the 1950s.
* 1998 Carol Shields: Larry's Party . Penguin 1998. ISBN 0140266771 page 254:
* 2002 Laurell K. Hamilton: Circus of the Damned . JOVE 2002. ISBN 0515134481 page 149:
- No one gets named Larry' anymore. It's had it as a name. Think of someone called ' Larry and you automatically conjure up a guy drinking beer in a sixties rec room.
- "Larry', name's '''Larry'''." I smiled, it was too ridiculous. He was worried about me calling him Lawrence instead of ' Larry with a rogue zombie climbing out of the dirt.
Of obscure origin. See (l).
To lug or pull about.
To daub; dirty.
(obsolete) A confused heap; a throng or jumble, as of people or sounds.
- To turn prayer into a kind of lurry . — Milton.