trull

[ truhl ]
/ trʌl /

noun

a prostitute; strumpet.

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Origin of trull

1510–20; of uncertain origin; cf. trollop, German Trulle loose woman
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British Dictionary definitions for trull

trull
/ (trʌl) /

noun

archaic a prostitute; harlot

Word Origin for trull

C16: from German Trulle; see trollop
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