Purry vs Purre - What's the difference?
As an adjective purry
is purring; inclined to purr.
As a noun purre is
(uk|dialect) a bird, the dunlin.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
purring; inclined to purr
* 2003 , John Dos Passos, Manhattan Transfer (page 74)
* 2009 , Tui Sutherland, Bulldog Won't Budge (page 145)
- "The little dear," came the nurse's voice low and purry and reassuring, "he's been sitting up worrying all night and he never bothered us once."
- I gingerly patted Carbonel's back. His ears twitched, and I felt a rumble go through his fur. He was purring! “You have a very purry cat,” I said to Ellie.
(UK, dialect) A bird, the dunlin.
From (etyl) porrum
to stir, to awaken, to alert