—n. 1. an Irish or white potato.
2. any of various confidence games in which a victim is left with a sealed envelope supposedly containing money, but which contains only newspaper or scrap paper cut to the same size as paper money.
—v.t. to victimize or dupe in such a manner.
Pronunciation: (mûr'fē),[key] —n. 1. Frank, 1890–1949, U.S. statesman and jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1940–49.
2. Isaac, 1861–96, U.S. thoroughbred racehorse jockey.
3. William Par•ry Pronunciation: (par'ē),[key] born 1892, U.S. physician: Nobel prize for medicine 1934.