Origin: prob. echoic orig., as in Ger gurgeln, or ? akin to It gorgogliare < L gurgulio, gullet
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verb gur·gled, gur·gling, gur·gles verb, intransitive
Origin: From Middle English gurguling, a gurgling sound in the abdomen
Origin: , from Medieval Latin *gurgulāre, to gurgle
Origin: , from Latin gurguliō, gullet.
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