At the end of their time at the Kur he was even going for walks.
Here it was the Kur Furst of this; and there the Landgravine of that.
Currant, Kur′ant, n. a small kind of raisin or dried grape imported from the Levant: the fruit of several species of ribes.
Curfew, Kur′fū, n. in feudal times the ringing of a bell at eight o'clock, as a signal to put out all fires and lights.
Cur, Kur, n. a worthless dog, of low breed: a churlish fellow.
Cursitor, Kur′si-tor, n. a clerk or officer in the Court of Chancery who makes out original writs.
The girl who stamps our tickets refused to pass mine until I could show her my Kur Karte.
Cursive, Kur′siv, adj. written with a running hand, of handwriting: flowing.
Curtal, Kur′tal, n. a horse with a curt or docked tail: anything docked or cut short.
Cursus, Kur′sus, n. a race-course: a form of daily prayer or service; an academic curriculum.