from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An obsolete form of
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& Cheshire Wills (1857) I. 141 A shirt of mayle wth the hed peace or murren thereunto belonginge.
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Amb. 1787: A murren meete'em, there's none of these wiles that euer
In this 31. yeare of king Henries reigne, great death and murren of cattell began in this land so vniuersallie in all places, that no towne nor village escaped frée: [Sidenote: _Wil.
_] About this season, the people in all places were pitifullie plaged with burning feuers, which brought manie to their end: a murren also came to their cattell, whereof a woonderfull number died.
1433: A murren on your Monster, and the diuell take your