bure

\ˈbür\

Definition of bure 

(Entry 1 of 3)

Scottish variant of

bure

noun (1)
bu·​re | \ˈbü(ˌ)rā\
plural -s

Definition of bure (Entry 2 of 3)

: a large house or temple in the Fiji islands

bure

noun
\ˈbyu̇(ə)r, ˈbᵫ̅ᵫ̅r\
plural -s

Definition of bure (Entry 3 of 3)

: a moderate yellowish brown that is redder, lighter, and stronger than Bismarck brown, bronze, or maple sugar and lighter, stronger, and slightly redder than cinnamon brown

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History and Etymology for bure

Noun (1)

Fijian

Noun

French, coarse woolen cloth

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