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mure

transitive verb \ ˈmyu̇(ə)r \

Definition of mure

-ed/-ing/-s
1 : immure
2 : thrust, squeeze
  • mure against a wall

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Origin and Etymology of mure

Middle English muren, from Middle French murer, from Late Latin murare, from Latin murus wall


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mure

noun

Definition of mure

plural -s
obsolete
: wall : something resembling a wall

Origin and Etymology of mure

Middle French mur, from Latin murus


3

mure

adjective \ ˈmyu̇(ə)r \

Definition of mure

dialectal, British

Origin and Etymology of mure

Middle English, from Middle French meur, literally, ripe, from Latin maturus


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mure

\ ˈmyu̇(ə)r \

Definition of mure

  • dialectal English variant of

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