ourie

ourie

[oor-ee]
adjective Scot.
1.
shabby; dingy.
2.
melancholy; languid.
Also, oory.


Origin:
1275–1325; Middle English (north) ouri, perhaps < Old Norse ōra rage, oerr mad

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