- a large bronze musical horn found in Danish peat bogs and probably dating to the Bronze Age
from Danish (and Swedish and Norwegian) lur, from Old Norse lūthr trumpet
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It was evident that the utterer of this friendly antiphon was not a Lur.
Has it ever been said of the Lur that he stepped back before a stranger?
A Lur, like the others, but with a pair of blistering black eyes!
"At least we may discover what lies within it," Lur had his own share of curiosity.
Had Lur suggested it, or had that wild thought been hers alone?