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Definition funny of Churl:
This is an Old English term used by Tolkien to mean an unlikable, rude person. Oddly enough, such people still exist today. We call them assholes. However, if you wanna clean up your language or you're somewhere where the word "asshole" as a human descriptor works but would be unwelcome, then "churl" is your word. It's a great way to call someone an asshole without calling them... An asshole and we all know plenty of those.
My new boss is a complete churl. Or: You don't have to be such a churl about it. Or: Good luck, churlgirl.
Some kind of chicken-squirrel
I didn't even know churl was a word! It must be some kind of chicken-squirrel
to chill out
Guy 1: Hey man what's up Guy 2: Nothin' bro just churling Guy 1: What're you doing later? Guy 2: Nothin', wanna churl?
Sharp, brazen individuals. A person with many skills. They are creative and superior beings and have been linked to godliness attributes.
Songs about Churl:
Churl by Endif from the Album Carbon
Churl by The Jesus Lizard from the Album Shot
Books about Churl:
Churl by Shine LeFlur (Dec 13, 2011)
The churl and the bird by John Lydgate, William Caxton and Francis Jenkinson (Sep 8, 2010)
Churls, Harlots and Sires: the semantics of Middle English synonyms of man.(Linguistics): An article from: Studia... by Grzegorz A. Kleparski (Jul 31, 2005)
The Churl and the Bird by Lydgate John 1370?-1451? (Jan 28, 2013)
The Churl and the Bird, Translated from the French, Printed by William Caxton About 1478 by John Lydgate (1906)
Four Songs. A cycle for soprano, solo French horn and string orchestra. < 1. Cuckoo. (Gerard Manley Hopkins.)... by Alvin L Epstein (1964)
The churl and the bird. translated from the French by John Lydga by Lydgate. John. 1370?-1451? (1906)
Wiki information Churl:
A churl, in its earliest Old English meaning, was simply "a man", but the word soon came to mean "a non-servile peasant", still spelled ċeorl, and denoting the lowest rank of freemen. According to the Oxford English Dictionary it later came to mean...