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Definition of a murkin



  • Short for American. The American accent makes the sentence "I'm American" sound like "I'm a Murkin."
    He's a murkin. He speaks murkin.

    Last edited on Dec 10 2010. Submitted by Dan M. from Saskatoon, SK, Canada on Aug 20 2002.

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