Definition of Kurres

1. kurre [n] - See also: kurre



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kurres

kurgan
kurgans
kurgantaite
kuri
kuri-chiku
kuriologic
kuris
kurma
kurmas
kurnakovite
kurnakovites
kurrajong
kurrajongs
kurrat
kurre
kurres (current term)
kursaal
kursaals
kurta
kurtas
kurtoses
kurtosis
kurtosises
kurumsakite
kurus
kurvey
kurveyed
kurveying
kurveyor

Literary usage of Kurres

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Voyages of Captain Luke Foxe of Hull, and Captain Thomas James of by Miller Christy, Luke Foxe, Thomas James, Henry Gellibrand, W. W. (William Watts) (1894)
"... store of kurres; they make shew, after they sec he would have skins and furrs, that they would goe into the Country and fetch such things as they had, ..."

2. History of Friedrich the Second: Called Frederick the Great by Thomas Carlyle (1885)
"Guerre de 1778), in (kurres de Frederic, vi. 1:J5-208. Schilling (vol. iv.), besides his own loose Narrative, or Summary, ..."

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