Pour is a term used in various contexts.

  • In the Persian language, the word Pour means Son. (i.e. Aria-Pour).
  • Dispensing liquid from a container such as a bottle or pitcher, often into glassware.
  • Heavy rain

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Famous quotes containing the word pour:

    “... and now, pour la digestion, allow me to offer you a cigarette. Have no fear, at most this is only the one before last,” he added wittily.
    Vladimir Nabokov (1899–1977)

    And that is ... how they are. So terribly physically all over one another. They pour themselves one over the other like so much melted butter over parsnips. They catch each other under the chin, with a tender caress of the hand, and they smile with sunny melting tenderness into each other’s face.
    —D.H. (David Herbert)

    Men hold themselves cheap and vile; and yet a man is a fagot of thunderbolts. All the elements pour through his system: he is the flood of the flood, and fire of the fire; he feels the antipodes and the pole, as drops of his blood: they are the extension of his personality.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)