Top Definition
originated as a subtle means to express feelings of awkwardness / frustration / hopelessness / annoyance / other miscellaneous bad feelings.

First recorded usage: Ilford, Essex.

Generally accepted pronunciation: mur
"Mrgh... I can't find my keys'

"Jodie was very mrgh the other day" - she was acting funny / in a bad mood
by tash April 30, 2003
mrgh (adjective?) - used for conveying intense emotion of many different kinds depending on it's precise execution. Originated in Cambridge, England.
"Mrgh - my essay's due in two hours and I haven't even started it yet".
by ash April 29, 2003
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