Did you maybe mean myrtle?
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete spelling of myrtle.
“I'll miss my 'mirtle' tab at the top of my browser, and it, once clicked, bringing me to the maroony stylings of this blog.”
“Indians used for "sicknesse and paine of the belly"?); the fruits of a tree similar to the "mirtle" helped the doctor to face the epidemics of dysentery.”
“Along the way they gathered branches of willow, mirtle, and palm to shake and wave in the great parade.”
“From thence into a Large Long gallery Wanscoated, and pictures of all the Roman warrs on one side, the other side was Large Lofty windows, two marble tables in two peers wth two great open jarrs on Each side, Each table two such; at the End the same for to put potts of orange and mirtle trees in.”
“Posted on August 11, 2010 by mirtle More photos by mirtle Share Copy & paste this HTML”
“(And what a save.) @mirtle about 2 hours, 22 minutes ago”
“For interest sake, Ovechkin was 35th in Fenwick shooter rating in 2009-10 (1.38 rating) and 88th in 2008-09 (1.13). mirtle Or flip those "futures" for what he wants in another trade. dtolensky If all Burke can get is 14g Stafford, Kaberle will remain a Leaf. dtolensky Mostly because of Leafs dismal PP.”
“(I voted Lidstrom, for what it's worth.) @mirtle about 9 hours, 53 minutes ago”
“Does my tv suck that bad?!? mirtle The Pittsburgh Penguins have recalled forward Chris Conner from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton of the American Hockey League courtneyw81 At oilers game wearing a Roughriders hockey jersey.”
“IllegalCurve. com found this 2 days ago on mirtle. blogspot.com”
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Words having some sort of Dutch origin, probably boring to everyone but me — I'm currently browsing 2,422 entries having "Dutch" in their definitions/etymologies, the best of which should fin...
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