One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1with object To plunge or submerge in water; (in early use especially) to plunge into water as a punishment, to duck.
2no object To plunge in or into water, mud, etc.; to flounder or wallow.
Mid 17th century. Apparently a variant of plunge; perhaps a blend of plunge and flounce.
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