Onward too came forth the kurus, by the matchless Bhishma led, Shouts arose and cry of anguish midst the dying and the dead!
After his fall, the kurus were led by Karna, the prince of the Angas.
Thus, rightly or wrongly, the Pandus were brought into the family of the kurus.
And, O best of the kurus, it is the Yatis only who have access to it.
And ablutions done, the kurus slow and sad and cheerless part, Wend their way to far Hastina with a void and vacant heart.
This exalted personage is ready to slay all the kurus in battle.
I do not see that foremost of kurus, accomplished in arms, skilful in fight, and matchless among bowmen.
People are said to go to the kurus or Panclas, not to Mithil or any other city.
The kurus may have been late-comers who formed a military aristocracy, and displaced earlier settlers who opposed their rule.
If he had accepted my words thus addressed, the welfare of the kurus as also virtue itself would both have been secured!
kuru ku·ru (kur'ōō)
A progressive, fatal spongiform encephalopathy, probably caused by a slow-acting virus, that is endemic to certain peoples of New Guinea and may be transmitted through cannibalism.
A rare, progressive, degenerative neurological disease found in certain peoples of New Guinea and associated with cannibalism. It is thought to be caused by a prion and results in a fatal encephalopathy. See Note at prion.