dirdum

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noun dir·dum \ˈdir-dəm, ˈdər-\

Definition of dirdum

Scotland

  1. :  blame

Origin and Etymology of dirdum

Middle English (northern dialect) durdan, durdum uproar, of Celt origin; akin to Welsh dwrdd noise, clamor, Middle Irish dordán humming, droning


First Known Use: circa 1693


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