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Definition of a burd

burd

noun

  • Compare with bird.
    Attractive woman/female. 'The burd Margaret. (As in the song)

    (This is the OE origin of the modern malapropism of 'bird'.)

    Last edited on Apr 11 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 11 2014.

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