Gurge
Gurge Gurge, v. t. [See {Gorge}.] To swallow up. [Obs.] [1913 Webster]

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  • Gurge — (g[^u]rj), n. [L. gurges.] A whirlpool. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] The plain, wherein a black bituminous gurge Boils out from under ground. Milton. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • gurge — [gʉrj] n. [L gurges: see GORGE] Now Rare a whirlpool …   English World dictionary

  • gurge — re·gurge; gurge; …   English syllables

  • gurge — gùr·ge s.m. LE gorgo: riprofondavan sé nel miro gurge (Dante) {{line}} {{/line}} VARIANTI: gurgite. DATA: av. 1321. ETIMO: dal lat. gurges, nom …   Dizionario italiano

  • gurge — /gerrj/, n., pl. gurges /gerr jees/, v., gurged, gurging. n. 1. a whirlpool. 2. Also, gorge. Also called whirlpool. Heraldry. a charge covering the entire field of an escutcheon and having the form either of a spirallike scroll or of a number of… …   Universalium

  • Gurge — This notable surname is of Ancient Greek origins, although for very obscure reasons, the patron saint of England.. Deriving from the Greek name Georgios meaning a farmer, the name was used in Europe throughout the early Christian period, being… …   Surnames reference

  • gurge — Synonyms and related words: Charybdis, Maelstrom, back stream, backflow, backwash, backwater, centrifugate, centrifuge, countercurrent, counterflow, counterflux, dizzy round, eddy, gulf, gyre, maelstrom, pirouette, purl, rat race, reel, refluence …   Moby Thesaurus

  • gurge — pl.m. gurgi …   Dizionario dei sinonimi e contrari

  • gurge — I. ˈgərj intransitive verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: Latin gurges, n. : surge, swirl II. noun ( s) Etymology …   Useful english dictionary

  • gurgėjimas — dkt. Vandeñs gurgėjimas vam̃zdžiuose …   Bendrinės lietuvių kalbos žodyno antraštynas

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