endura

noun en·du·ra \ə̇nˈd(y)u̇rə, en-\

Definition of endura

plural

-s

  1. :  a hunger strike against evil carried out by the Cathari and usually leading to death

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Origin and Etymology of endura

Medieval Latin, from Old Provençal, fast, from endurar to fast, endure, from (assumed) Vulgar Latin indurare to last, continue


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