noun, plural gur·ges [gur-jeez] /ˈgɜr dʒiz/.
verb (used without object), gurged, gurg·ing.
- gurdjieff, george ivanovich,
- gurgling rale
Origin of gurge
Examples from the Web for gurges
The sight of its heavy verdure and of its gurges heaped high with froth lifts them like immortal thoughts.
Sinus duo sunt maiores, vastque; alter is, qui S. Laurentij gurges; alter, qui Francius appellatur.
1660s, from Latin gurges, literally "whirlpool" (see regurgitation).