[cheer-uh p, chur-] /ˈtʃɪər əp, ˈtʃɜr-/
verb (used without object), chirruped, chirruping.
robins chirruping on the lawn.
to make a similar sound:
She chirruped softly to encourage the horse.
verb (used with object), chirruped, chirruping.
to utter with chirps.
to make a chirping sound to.
the act or sound of chirruping:
a chirrup of birds.
(esp of some birds) to chirp repeatedly
to make clucking sounds with the lips
such a sound
1570s, alternative form chirp (v.).
Latin chirurgicalis (surgical)
[kahy-rur-juh n] /kaɪˈrɜr dʒən/ noun, Archaic. 1. a surgeon. /kaɪˈrɜːdʒən/ noun 1. an archaic word for surgeon n. 1530s, representing a failed Renaissance attempt to restore Greek spelling to the word that had got into English as surgeon; now, thank the gods, archaic. Related: Chirurgery. Cf. French chirurgien.
[kahy-rur-juh-ree] /kaɪˈrɜr dʒə ri/ noun, Archaic. 1. .
[kahy-rur-juh-ree] /kaɪˈrɜr dʒə ri/ noun, Archaic. 1. . chirurgical chi·rur·gi·cal (kī-rûr’jĭ-kəl) adj. Surgical. No longer in technical use.