Crossword clues for cura
The cura is the smallest member of the bağlama family with the highest pitched sound. The member one size bigger than cura which gives a sound that is one octave lower than cura is the tambura. And the one with the deepest sound is the divan sazi whose sound is one octave lower compared to tambura. The smallest member of the baglama family, it is found in nearly every region of the country under a variety of names, including dede sazi, parmak cura, and üç telli cura. According to the instrument with which it is to be played (and accordingly its exact dimensions and tuning), it is known by names such as baglama curasi, tanbura curasi etc.
Two-stringed Kozağaç Cura, known as “Two-stringed” in Teke Region, varies in terms of structural and instrumental features.
Cura is a surname, and may refer to:
- Jose Cura (born 1962), operatic tenor, conductor, director, scenographer and photographer
- Ben Cura (born 1988), British film, television and theatre actor
- Verónica Cura (born 1970) film producer, production manager, and production designer.
- Francesco Cura (born 1977) American actor, singer, and fashion model
HISTORY: Cura is a noble ancient Roman family name.
ETYMOLOGY: Cura is the name of a divine figure whose name means " Care" or "Concern" in Latin. Hyginus seems to have created both the personification and story for his Fabulae, poem 220.
ORIGIN: 1. Latin: for "care", " cure", or " concern". 2. Spanish and Portuguese: from cura "priest". 3. Italian: probably a habitational name from Cura Carpignano in Pavia province, or other places named with this word.
GIVEN NAMES: Spanish 38%; Portuguese 11%; Italian 9%. Jose (4), Pedro (3), Cayetano (2), Cristina (2), Miguel (2), Alfonso, Alicia, Bernardo, Enrique, Estela, Evangelina, Genaro; Joao; Aldo, Antonio, Elio, Federico, Gino, Silvio.(number of times this surname appears in a sample database of 88.7 million names, representing one third of the 1997 US population)
Cura is the name of a divine figure whose name means "Care" or "Concern" in Latin. Hyginus seems to have created both the personification and story for his Fabulae, poem 220.