verb (used with or without object)
Origin of kirn1
Definition for kirn (2 of 2)
noun Scot. and North England.
Origin of kirn2
Examples from the Web for kirn
In Lost in the Meritocracy, Kirn charts how the economics of privilege taunt him at every turn in Princeton.
Kirn is a graduate of Princeton University and attended Oxford on a scholarship from the Keasby Foundation.
Kirn is a graduate of Princeton University and attended Oxford on a scholarship from the Keasbey Foundation.
Kirn is a graduate of Princeton University and attended Oxford University on a scholarship from the Keasbey Foundation.
No man can seek his marrow in the Kirn, so weil as he that hes bin in it himself.A Collection of Scotch Proverbs|Anonymous
She had just filled her kirn, and there was still some cream standing in the bottom of her cream jar.The Scottish Fairy Book|Elizabeth W. Grierson
Nae man can seek his marrow i' the kirn sae weel as him that has been in't himsel.
Nor was the good old custom of the Kirn omitted at Abbotsford.Abbotsford|Anonymous
"Lang straes are nae motes," quo' the wife when she haul'd the cat out o' the kirn.