Last modified on 27 May 2014, at 03:12

pursy

EnglishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Middle English pursif "short of breath, asthmatic", probably from Old French pousser "to push; to breathe with difficulty".

AdjectiveEdit

pursy (comparative more pursy, superlative most pursy)

  1. out of breath; short of breath, especially due to fatness
  2. fat

Etymology 2Edit

From purse (pucker) +‎ -y and purse (small bag for carrying money) +‎ -y.

AdjectiveEdit

pursy (comparative more pursy, superlative most pursy)

  1. puckered
  2. purse-proud, vain about one's wealth

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