Chirm (?), v. i. [Cf. AS. cyrman, cirman, to cry out. √24 Cf. Chirp.]

To chirp or to make a mournful cry, as a bird. [Obs.] Huloet.


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Churme (?), Chirm (?) , n. [See Chirm.]

Clamor, or confused noise; buzzing. [Obs.]

The churme of a thousand taunts and reproaches.


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Chirm (?), n. [AS. cirm, cyrm.]

Noise; din; esp.; confused noise, clamor, or hum of many voices, notes of birds, or the like.


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