Definition of drant
: to speak in a tiresome whining drawl
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Origin and Etymology of drant
Scots drant, draunt droning or drawling tone, modification of Scottish Gaelic dranndan, draundan hum, buzzing, complaint, growl; akin to Irish Gaelic dranntan hum, buzzing, growl
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