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streel

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verb \ˈstrēl\

Definition of streel

  1. intransitive verb
  2. 1 chiefly Irish :  to saunter idly and aimlessly

  3. 2 chiefly Irish :  to trail or float in the manner of a streamer

Origin and Etymology of streel

Irish straoill-, sraoill- to tear apart, trail, trudge, from Old Irish sroiglid he scourges, from sroigell scourge, from Latin flagellum — more at flagellate


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streel

noun

Definition of streel

chiefly Irish

  1. :  an untidy slovenly person

Origin and Etymology of streel

Irish straoill, sraoill, from straoill-, verb

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