Yirr - definition of yirr by The Free Dictionary
Scot to snarl or growl
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Past participle: yirred
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OED gives yar(r), obsolete except in dialect, and draws attention to arr, garre and yirr
, all of which mean 'to snarl'.
and Ydry are the grain yields (Mg [ha.sup-1]) of irrigated and dryland treatments, respectively, and Wirr is the amount (mm) of irrigation water applied (Cassel and Edwards).