immerd

transitive verb im·merd \iˈmərd\

Definition of immerd

-ed/-ing/-s

archaic

  1. :  to cover with ordure

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Origin and Etymology of immerd

2in- + Latin merda dung; akin to Greek smordoun to copulate, Old Slavic smrŭděti to stink, and probably to Latin mordēre to bite — more at smart


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