gurgles|gurgled|gurgling'gɜrgl /'gɜːgl noun +the bubbling sound of water flowing from a bottle with a narrow neck verb +flow in an irregular current with a bubbling noise +make sounds similar to gurgling water +drink from a flask with a gurgling sound +utter with a gurgling sound
I lay back, listening to the gurgle of the spring among the rocks.
Advanced English Dictionary
verb, noun +verb[V] 1 to make a sound like water flowing quickly through a narrow space: Water gurgled through the pipes. + The water made a gurgling noise as it ran down the drain. + a gurgling stream 2 if a baby gurgles, it makes a noise in its throat when it is happy: The baby gurgled happily. + She gurgled with laughter. +noun 1 a sound like water flowing quickly through a narrow space 2 the sound that babies make in the throat, especially when they are happy: The baby gave a little gurgle of laughter.