cutidure

noun cu·ti·dure \ˈkyütəˌd(y)u̇(ə)r\
variants: less commonly

cutiduris

\ˌkyütəˈd(y)u̇rə̇s\

Definition of cutidure

plural

cutidures

\-ˌd(y)u̇(ə)rz, -ˈd(y)u̇(ˌ)rēz\

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Origin and Etymology of cutidure

cutidure from French, from cut- + dure, feminine of dur hard, from Latin durus, cutiduris, from New Latin, from French cutidure — more at dure


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