or dou·ra, dou·rah
- duroziez symptom,
- durrell, lawrence,
Origin of durra
Examples from the Web for durra
Their route lay due east, at first through fields of durra, (a sort of grain,) afterwards through forests of saplings.
These are still cultivated, and maize and durra have been added.The World and Its People: Book VII|Anna B. Badlam
The better classes used bread made from wheat while the poorer people used cakes of barley or durra flour.
"I—I can lead a Durra on the house," said Lukshmun hesitatingly.Tara|Philip Meadows Taylor
The durra was usually sown about April, as an after-crop when the wheat and the barley had been cut and taken off the ground.