Definition of Murra

1. a substance used to make fine vases and cups in ancient Rome [n -S]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Murra

murmuringly
murmurings
murmurous
murmurously
murmurs
murnival
murnivals
murolene
muromegalovirus
muromonab-CD3
muropeptide
muropeptides
murphies
murphy
murra (current term)
murrain
murrains
murram
murrams
murras
murrayin
murrays
murre
murrelet
murrelets
murren
murrens
murres
murrey

Literary usage of Murra

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

1. The Buik of the Croniclis of Scotland: Or, A Metrical Version of the History by Hector Boece (1858)
"Ane murra man, that Angus hecht to name, Of that spul^e greit lak he thocht and schame, k With greit power syne efter him he past, 60810 With so gude ..."

2. Fitful Peace: Human Rights and Reconciliation in Nicaragua Under the by Cynthia Arnson, David Holiday (1991)
"murra, Nueva Segovia On April, 1982, 14 members of the evangelical group Assemblies of God were captured by members of a Sandinista military battalion after ..."

3. The Story of the Irish Before the Conquest: From the Mythical Period to the by Mary Catharine Guinness Ferguson (1903)
"... by the Northern princes—Submits to Brian—Generous conduct of the rivals—Administrative geniu? of Brian—His magnificence—Mael- murra, King of Leinster, ..."

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