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Definition of dilurga

dilurga

  • Sickness that is caused by any number of things i.e. too much eating, too much drinking, weird spots on the body, any sickness that can't be figured out. Origin: Grandpa Harry from Kiev.
    What's wrong with him, I don't know maybe its dilurga.

    Last edited on May 13 2011. Submitted by Ronald K. on Jan 07 2000.

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