dirl

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Noun[edit]

dirl (plural dirls)

  1. A reverberation caused by a blow; a jolt.

Verb[edit]

tae dirl (third-person singular simple present dirls, present participle dirlin, simple past dirlt, past participle dirlt)

  1. To vibrate or shake.
  2. To tingle.
  3. To pierce; to stab.
  4. To feel a pang of emotion.

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