ceorian

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From Proto-Germanic *karāną ‎(to complain, grieve, mourn, care), from Proto-Indo-European *ǵār-, *gÀr- ‎(voice, exclamation). Cognate with Middle High German karn ‎(to mourn, groan, complain).

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ceorian

  1. (intransitive) To murmur; complain (with or without just cause).

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