Origin of -ure
Examples from the Web for ure
Perhaps fikenunge, deceit; or, for the last half-line read for ure unframe, comp.
It is situated on the slope of a hill on the right bank of the Orne at its confluence with the Ure.
Among these were Mr. Ure, the kindly old minister who had married his parents and baptized himself.Principal Cairns|John Cairns
Nime we enne geme gif ure procession bi maked after ure helendes procession.
Mr. Ure reckons up two hundred and five active volcanos at this time.The Mosaic History of the Creation of the World|Thomas Wood
suffix forming nouns
Word Origin for -ure
"effect, operation, practice," early 15c., from Old French uevre (13c., Modern French oeuvre), from Latin opera (see opera).
suffix forming abstract nouns of action, from Old French -ure, from Latin -ura.