1. nearly or partially blind; dim-sighted.
2. slow or deficient in understanding, imagination, or vision.
3. Obsolete. totally blind.
1, 2. See blind.
Origin: 1250-1300; Middle English pur blind completely blind; see pure (in obsolete adv. sense), blind
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