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girn

 (gûrn)
intr.v. girned, girn·ing, girns Scots
1. To complain.
2. To snarl or grimace.

[Middle English girnen, variant of grinnen, grennan; see grin.]

girn n.

girn

(ɡərn; ɡɜːn)
vb (intr)
1. to snarl
2. to grimace; pull grotesque faces
3. to complain fretfully or peevishly
[C14: a variant of grin]

girn


Past participle: girned
Gerund: girning

Imperative
girn
girn
Present
I girn
you girn
he/she/it girns
we girn
you girn
they girn
Preterite
I girned
you girned
he/she/it girned
we girned
you girned
they girned
Present Continuous
I am girning
you are girning
he/she/it is girning
we are girning
you are girning
they are girning
Present Perfect
I have girned
you have girned
he/she/it has girned
we have girned
you have girned
they have girned
Past Continuous
I was girning
you were girning
he/she/it was girning
we were girning
you were girning
they were girning
Past Perfect
I had girned
you had girned
he/she/it had girned
we had girned
you had girned
they had girned
Future
I will girn
you will girn
he/she/it will girn
we will girn
you will girn
they will girn
Future Perfect
I will have girned
you will have girned
he/she/it will have girned
we will have girned
you will have girned
they will have girned
Future Continuous
I will be girning
you will be girning
he/she/it will be girning
we will be girning
you will be girning
they will be girning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been girning
you have been girning
he/she/it has been girning
we have been girning
you have been girning
they have been girning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been girning
you will have been girning
he/she/it will have been girning
we will have been girning
you will have been girning
they will have been girning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been girning
you had been girning
he/she/it had been girning
we had been girning
you had been girning
they had been girning
Conditional
I would girn
you would girn
he/she/it would girn
we would girn
you would girn
they would girn
Past Conditional
I would have girned
you would have girned
he/she/it would have girned
we would have girned
you would have girned
they would have girned
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References in classic literature ?
He can girn a laugh as well 's onybody at a raight divil's jest.
The Chief of Cabinet of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Jaime Girn Duarte, and the Director of the Diplomatic Academy, Diego Cardona, today opened the third module of the Course for Military Attachs - CAMI I-2018.
The Punjabi Cultural Society of Chicago participation was organized by Sukhmel Singh Atwal, Manjeet Singh Bhalla, Bikram Singh Chohan, Balwinder Singh Girn, and Rajinder Singh Mago with the help of many youth volunteers, including Kevin Atwal, Sandeep Singh, Gurpreet Singh Girn, Mona Bhalla, Manpreet Kaur Bhalla, Simran Kaur Bhalla, Harpreet Singh Vohra and Rashpal Singh DJ.
Tiffany Girn of Procomer said that Costa Rica is particularly excited about the opportunities in Asia for its pineapples, which recently clinched access to the Chinese market.
Aine Girn, of contractor Shaylor Group, said up to six needles a day had been found on the Beak Street site, by the Alexandra Theatre, along with human waste, since the start of September.
Raj Girn, international personal injury lawyer at Irwin Mitchell, who represented Lynne, said: "We are regularly contacted by British tourists who have been injured abroad, with a significant number of these people being involved in road accidents.
Nain [3], Anju Bhagtana [4], Minakshi [5], Hardev Ramandeep Singh Girn [6], JyotiJindal [7]
The hired girn has now made vile comments about a Scot with a life-threatening condition.
7, where the simulated gain spectra of the horn antenna with and without GIRN metamaterial lens clearly indicate that the GRIN metamaterial lens can efficiently enhance the gain of the horn antenna over a very broad bandwidth ranging from 8 GHz to 12 GHz.
The contributors are pan-European, from the Centro Colli-Montinari, GIRN, SEDEN, NIL, and the Griefswald Research Group.
A majority of respondents are familiar with MERS 999 besides GIRN, CCTV and CARS (Figure 1).
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