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mure

[ myoor ]
/ myʊər /
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noun
Obsolete. a wall.
verb (used with object), mured, mur·ing.
to immure.
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Origin of mure

1400–50; late Middle English muren (v.) <Middle French murer<Late Latin mūrāre verbal derivative of Latin mūrus wall
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British Dictionary definitions for mure

mure
/ (mjʊə) /

verb
(tr) an archaic or literary word for immure

Word Origin for mure

C14: from Old French murer, from Latin mūrus wall
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