Infant’s word, baby talk for ‘to kiss’
English: To pound, beat down, cudgel
English: Worked with pickaxe
Farted, passed wind.
Guzzled, gulped down drink from a bottle.
Swallowed, gulped down
Foamed at the mouth due to strenuous exercise (eg. horses)
To twirl or twist objects between the thumb and the forefinger.
To lay something or somebody down.
A. To spit. B. To eject, to throw off. C. To shed, to cast. D. To give away, let slip, to divulge.
A. to seize sb. by the hair (especially their fringe). B. to reprimand.
A. To suckle. B. To smack one’s lips or make sucking sounds as one drinks. C. To make a mess.
To spit repeatedly.
To lay eggs.
To pass water, pee.
Anything done manually.
- to play an instrument
- to hit, strike, beat
A. to hang B. To hang oneself C. To become shabby.
To burb, belch.
To push something through an opening, to insert, to cram, pack, stuff.
Adjective – one who thrusts or pushes something; one with a propensity to intrude, butt in where it does not concern him.
- to narrow something
- to annoy, to bore