of, pertaining to, contained in, or derived from urine.
Origin of uric
First recorded in 1790–1800; ur-1
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Historical Examples of uric
Eradicate the uric acid from the system, and then the rheumatism will disappear.
They contain alkalies which help to lessen the accumulation of uric acid.
Get out of this before Uric Dugan and his gang make us a call.
That fire shall provide no beacon for Uric Dugan and the Danites!
It does not seem possible that she is his daughter—the daughter of Uric Dugan.
British Dictionary definitions for uric
of, concerning, or derived from urine
Word Origin for uric
C18: from uro- 1 + -ic
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Word Origin and History for uric
1797, from French urique, from urine (see urine). Uric acid attested from 1800.
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Relating to, contained in, or obtained from urine.
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