gurgle [-ed] v
native echoic formation, or poss. L. 'to gargle, boil, bubble'.
- Burble; ripple; flow noisily; keep moving in an irregular current.
- Sink; [fig.] drown; lose life with a struggle; die noisily and unwillingly.
- Gush; babble; utter with purling sounds; call out with a flowing, bubbling sound; [fig.] chant joyously; sing effusively.