- Middle English knor. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“He was asked to resign his place in the knur club, and if he joined any cricket eleven, the match fell to the ground.”
“Oaks bear also a knur, full of a cottony matter, of which they anciently made wick for their lamps and candles; and among the _Selectiora Remedia_ of Jo.”
“Ur Nur thurs snur on the beverley rurd, ar knur cos it was just on varkin radiur”
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