Definition of Murrams

1. murram [n] - See also: murram



Murrams Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Murrams

murmurs
murnival
murnivals
murolene
muromegalovirus
muromonab-CD3
muropeptide
muropeptides
murphies
murphy
murra
murrain
murrains
murram
murrams (current term)
murras
murrayin
murrays
murre
murrelet
murrelets
murren
murrens
murres
murrey
murreys
murrha
murrhas
murrhine

Literary usage of Murrams

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1. The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion by James George Frazer (1900)
"... deer, and porcupine, which are the ordinary foods of the people.5 Amongst the murrams of Manipur (a district of Eastern India, on the border of Burma), ..."

2. The History of Ten Years, 1830-1840 by Louis Blanc, Jean Joseph Louis Blanc (1845)
"... colleague reduced to the extremity of letting fall from the tribune insignificant, embarrassed excuses, that well deserved the murrams they excited. ..."

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