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Definition of snurp



  • A simultaneous sneeze and burp. From "sneeze" + "burp".
    That snurp was painful!

    Last edited on Jun 09 2010. Submitted by Jettacyn (Anna D.) from Akron, OH 44313, USA on Jun 09 2010.


  • to sneeze and burp at the same time. From "sneeze" + "burp".
    My son's allergies and frequent soda drinking cause him to snurp a lot.

    Last edited on Jun 09 2010. Submitted by Jettacyn (Anna D.) from Akron, OH 44313, USA on Jun 09 2010.

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