Definition of murmell in English:

murmell

(also murmelt)

Pronunciation /ˈməːm(ə)l/

verb

Scottish
  • 1To complain of, bemoan; to lament over. In early use: †to mutter, mumble (obsolete).

  • 2rare Of a baby: to coo, to gurgle.

Origin

Mid 16th century. Probably from Old French mormeler, Old French (Picardy) murmillier to murmur from a Germanic form cognate with Old High German murmulōn; compare also Middle High German, German murmeln.