churl
[churl]
NOUN
1.
a rude, boorish, or surly person.
2.
a peasant; rustic.
3.
a niggard; miser: He was a churl in his affections.
4.
a freeman of the lowest rank.
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A churl in its earliest Old English (Anglo-Saxon) meaning, was simply "a man", and more particularly a "husband", but the word soon came to mean "a non- servile peasant", still spelled ċeorl(e), and denoting the lowest rank of freemen. According to the Oxford English Dictionary it later came to mean the opposite ...

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Churl definition is - ceorl. How to use ... Synonyms & Antonyms Example Sentences Learn More about churl ... Rhyming Dictionary: Words that rhyme with churl.

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Churl definition, a rude, boorish, or surly person. See more.

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Definition of churl - a rude and mean-spirited person, a peasant.

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What is Churl? Definition and meaning:CHURL churl (kilay or kelay): The Hebrew word occurs only in Isaiah 32:5,7, in the latter verse in a fo.

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A churl is a rude or nasty person. The basketball player who's constantly jabbing opponents with his elbows and deliberately tripping them is a churl.

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Definition of CHURL from the King James Bible Dictionary.

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Word History: The Old English word ceorl (in which the c was pronounced (ch) as in modern English churl) designated a freeman of the lowest class—one who ...

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churl definition: 1. ceorl 2. a farm laborer; peasant 3. a surly, ill-bred person; boor 4. a selfish or mean personOrigin of churlMiddle English cherl from Old English ...