Definition of Chirrup. Meaning of Chirrup. Synonyms of Chirrup

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Definition of Chirrup

Chirrup
Chirrup Chir"rup, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Chirruped; p. pr. & vb. n. Chirruping.] [See Chirp.] To quicken or animate by chirping; to cherup.
Chirrup
Chirrup Chir"rup, v. i. To chirp. --Tennyson. The criket chirrups on the hearth. --Goldsmith.

Meaning of Chirrup from wikipedia

- diagrams. Common terms in English include words such as quack, chirp and chirrup. These are subject to imagination and vary greatly; a well-known example...
- vocalizations into categories according to the sound produced: the purr, meow, chirrup, chirp, call, and growl/snarl/hiss, and the howl/moan/wail. The purr is...
- Abyssinians are sometimes called the "Clowns of the Cat Kingdom". They have soft chirrup-like vocalizations which do not sound like the expected "meow".[citation...
- onomatopoeic words for the sounds produced by stridulation include chirp and chirrup. Insects and other arthropods stridulate by rubbing together two parts...
- are variations on its short and frequent chirping call. Transcribed as chirrup, tschilp, or philip, this note is made as a contact call by flocking or...
- Seal bark Sheep bleat, baa, maa, meh (lambs) Snake hiss, rattle Songbird chirrup, chirp, tweet, sing, warble (larks / warblers / wrens), twitter (sparrows)...
- twitter". Other sounds made by the Bourke's parrot go "chu-vee", "chirrup chirrup", or when alarmed, "kik-kik-kik". The name of the Bourke's parrot comes...
- and blunter tips. All species have calls similar to the house sparrow's chirrup or tschilp call, and some, though not the house sparrow, have elaborate...
- "blip" which patients describe as a "swooshing" sound or as being like the chirrup of a cricket or gr****hopper. Brain fog and fatigue are both common SCDS...
- pla**** a lot on the radio. "A ****ure number one!" as Bruno Brookes would chirrup cheerfully." Swedish rock band Hounds covered the song in 1967, in a version...