mura

[moo r-uh]
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noun

(in Japan) a village; hamlet.

Origin of mura

From Japanese

Mur

[moo r]

noun

a river in S central Austria, NE Slovenia, and N Croatia, flowing NE and SE to the Drava River. 300 miles (483 km) long.
Also Mu·ra [moo r-uh] /ˈmʊər ə/.
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Examples from the Web for mura

Historical Examples of mura

  • Mura, he said, my life and yours have been too full of errors and of sorrow.

    Marie Tarnowska

    Annie Vivanti

  • Is it not wickedness, Mura, to throw away one's life as you do?

    Marie Tarnowska

    Annie Vivanti

  • I will help you, Mura, whether you wish it or not; I will save you in spite of yourself.

    Marie Tarnowska

    Annie Vivanti

  • Father, dear, if you want your little Mura to be happy, you must let her marry Vassili.

    Marie Tarnowska

    Annie Vivanti

  • Mura did not even nod, but squeezed by the Salarik and pressed the lock.

    Plague Ship

    Andre Norton