Origin of ulu
How to use ulu in a sentence
Siphunc′ulus; Sipunc′ulus, a genus of worms belonging to the class Gephyrea.
Bib'ulus, a colleague of Julius Cæsar, but a mere cipher in office; hence his name became a household word for a nonentity.Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama, Vol 1|The Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D.
I rose on an elbow, but could hear no new sound except the soft rustle of Ulus's wet clothes.
So we did that—dropped down with the ebb, stepped over the rail, bidding Ulus go his ways with boat and news and trophies.
Ulus had slipped a thong round Se's throat, and that wily hound was mute.