deleerit

adjective
de·​lee·​rit | \dəˈlērə̇t\

Definition of deleerit 

Scottish

: out of one's senses specifically : intoxicated

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History and Etymology for deleerit

from past participle of Scots deleer, delier, probably from French délirer to be delirious, from Middle French delirer, from Latin delirare to be crazy, be delirious, dote, rave

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