Quirt ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Quirt ( verb )

To hit or strike with a whip or similar object.

Origin:

From the spanish word "quirtar" meaning "to whip".

Examples:

  1. The cowboy quirt the horse to get it moving.
  2. He quirt the dog with a stick to make it stop barking.
  3. She quirt the tablecloth to remove the crumbs.
  4. He quirt the water out of the bucket to wash his hands.
  5. The man quirt the dust off his clothes before entering the house.

(As a noun)

Quirt ( noun )

To hit or strike with a whip or similar object.

Origin:

From the spanish word "quirtar" meaning "to whip".

Examples:

  1. The cowboy quirt the horse to get it moving.
  2. He quirt the dog with a stick to make it stop barking.
  3. She quirt the tablecloth to remove the crumbs.
  4. He quirt the water out of the bucket to wash his hands.
  5. The man quirt the dust off his clothes before entering the house.
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