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Examples

  • "You got to promise me not to 'urt' Erbe't!" she said, threateningly and passionately.

    Two on the Trail A Story of the Far Northwest

  • It 'urt' is pride most cruel, but what was 'e to do?

    Songs of Action

  • "'Appened to fall an' 'urt' isself?" repeated the Postilion, winking knowingly, "'urt' isself, 'says you' Walker! 'says I,

    The Broad Highway

  • "Two days afore pore mother went," she began, with an air of gruesome mystery, "Dr. Wyndham, 'e came and examined' er, and 'urt' er cruel, 'e did.

    The Keeper of the Door

  • Old Jack wouldn '' urt 'u; no more'n ef' u was the queen! "

    Tatterdemalion

  • Is it Gessert as in guess-urt, or Gessert as in dessert?

    January Gessert and Reg-gie! Reg-gie! | Manolith

  • I began to walk down the hill, toward the urt pack.

    Cinnamon Roll

  • I looked back at the representative of the urt people.

    Cinnamon Roll

  • Probably long ago, as some forms of urts became commensals with human beings, so, too, some humans may have become commensals, traveling companions, sharers at the same table, so to speak, with the migratory urt packs.

    Cinnamon Roll

  • The urt, on the whole, most species of which are quite small, large enough to be lifted in one hand, does not pose much direct threat to human beings.

    Cinnamon Roll

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  • One of my favourite words is urt. Urt is almost onomatopoeic, since an urt is a "leftover bit".
    (Eric McConnachie, Clear Lake, Ontario, CANADA)

    October 15, 2008

  • Variation of ort.

    October 13, 2008