ura´nia, the Muse of astronomy, holds a globe, and traces mathematical figures with a wand.
It is told that ura, the dread demon of disease, once made up his mind to destroy mankind.
A vein of tender reproach is sprung in that inquiry, "Ca n' ura ri riposu 'un vuo rari?"
Wherever a tablet with the song of ura was set up, in that house there should be immunity from the pestilence.
At the inauguration of their greatest kings, the islanders used what was called Maro ura, or the red sash.
They are very narrow, and contrived so as to be slipped into the lining (ura) of a uniform.