Meaning of SQUALL in English

SQUALL

[squall] vb [prob. of Scand origin; akin to ON skval useless chatter] vi (ca. 1631): to cry out raucously: scream ~ vt: to utter in a strident voice -- squall.er n

[2]squall n (1709): a raucous cry [3]squall n [prob. of Scand origin; akin to Sw skval rushing water] (1699) 1: a sudden violent wind often with rain or snow

2: a short-lived commotion [4]squall vi (ca. 1890): to blow a squall

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