hurrock

noun hur·rock \ˈhərək\

Definition of hurrock

dialectal, England

  1. :  a heap of stones or rubbish

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Origin and Etymology of hurrock

perhaps of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse hörgr pile of stones, shrine; akin to Old English hearg shrine, Old High German harug sacred grove, shrine, and perhaps to Old English heard hard


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