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Urus \U"rus\, n. [L.; of Teutonic origin. See Aurochs.] (Zo["o]l.) A very large, powerful, and savage extinct bovine animal ( Bos urus or Bos primigenius) anciently abundant in Europe. It appears to have still existed in the time of Julius C[ae]sar. It had very large horns, and was hardly capable of domestication. Called also, ur, ure, and tur.

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ure

n. (context obsolete only in collocation in ure English) use#Noun, practise#Noun, exercise#Noun. vb. (context obsolete English) To use; to exercise; to inure; to accustom by practice.

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Urë

Urë is a village in the former municipality of Shëngjergj in Tirana County, Albania. At the 2015 local government reform it became part of the municipality Tirana.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

ure

"effect, operation, practice," early 15c., from Old French uevre (13c., Modern French oeuvre), from Latin opera (see opera).

Usage examples of "ure".

I nose your onur to be a genteelman of more onur and onesty, if I ever said ani such thing, to repete it to hurt a pore servant that as alwais add thee gratest respect in thee wurld for ure onur.

When Juan Gabriel had mounted the leet ure platform to read from his books, he always wore that cape.

Maar na die ure werd alles weder hetzelfde: een grijze, zachte treurigheid, waarin zij zich schikte.

Among the first pioneers of the later modern ink industry abroad, may be mentioned the names of Stephens, Arnold, Blackwood, Ribaucourt, Stark, Lewis, Runge, Leonhardi, Gafford, Bottger, Lipowitz, Geissler, Jahn, Van Moos, Ure, Schmidt, Haenle, Elsner, Bossin, Kindt, Trialle, Morrell, Cochrane, Antoine, Faber, Waterlous, Tarling, Hyde, Thacker, Mordan, Featherstone, Maurin, Triest and Draper.

Davids, Kindt, Ure, Wislar and many more who have dealt with the chemistry of inks, present to us some testimony during a considerable portion of the nineteenth century of the efforts made to secUre a good ink.

Leudast popped up, took a couple of blazes with his beam, and then ducked again be re t e ongs cou puncture in as e punc ure When he h 9 9 to him, 11.

I fig- ured that they must have been in their early twenties when I had first met them, although Pablito and Nestor always re- fused to talk about their ages.

The Nagual knew that, so he must have fig- ured that this place would drive us up the walls.

I nose your onur to be a genteelman of more onur and onesty, if I ever said ani such thing, to repete it to hurt a pore servant that as alwais add thee gratest respect in thee wurld for ure onur.

The goal was one of the most calamitously stupid ever given away by a team of professionals: an inept back-pass (by Ian Ure, naturally), followed by a missed tackle, followed by a goalkeeper (Bob Wilson) slipping over in the mud and allowing the ball to trickle over the line just inside the right-hand post.

And in its exact center, shining forth as though it op e ned in to a place of pale a z ure inc a ndesc e nce was another rect angular Cyclope an portal.

Before school, at breaktime and at lunch time, we played football on the tennis courts with a tennis ball, and in between lessons we swapped Soccer Star stickers – Ian Ure for Geoff Hurst (extraordinarily, the stickers were of equal value), Terry Venables for Ian St John, Tony Hately for Andy Loch-head.

There is a lot of ole theves wil make al they kin of u ef u dont kepe ure i skined.

Sitting around the edge of the room on curved benches were the yearmen: the two middle Shank brothers, the Lyes, Bullhammer, Craw Bannering, Rob Ure, who was fostered from Clan Dregg, and dozens of others.