blurp

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Imitative; compare burp, bleep, etc.

Noun[edit]

blurp (plural blurps)

  1. (informal) An explosive low-pitched sound resembling a burp.
    • 2006, Hughina Harold, Totem Poles and Tea, page 43:
      It would start, then stall, then start again with a blurp, while clouds of blue smoke and sickening gas fumes polluted the air.

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