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thir

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pronoun or adjective \thər, ˈthir, ˈthu̇r\

Definition of thir

dial British

  1. :  these



Origin and Etymology of thir

Middle English (northern), perhaps irregular from Middle English this


First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with thir

birr, blur, burr, Burr, chirr, churr, cur, curr, err, fir, for, fur, her, knur, murre, myrrh, per, purr, shirr, sir, skirr, slur, spur, stir, whir, your


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an indentation on an edge or a surface

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