Origin of urine
Examples from the Web for urine
Urine was passed per urethram, and also escaped by both wounds.Surgical Experiences in South Africa, 1899-1900|George Henry Makins
Urine scanty, and looked like that of a child troubled with worms, light red-colored stain on bottom of vessel,2 (second day).
Urine in health is lower, but in diabetes often much higher.The Action of Medicines in the System|Frederick William Headland
Urine frequently contains an abnormally large quantity of urea.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II|Arnold Cooley
Urine is a waste product, and there is more waste in a young than in an adult animal.Manures and the principles of manuring|Charles Morton Aikman
British Dictionary definitions for urine
Word Origin for urine
Word Origin and History for urine
early 14c., from Old French urine (12c.), from Latin urina "urine," from PIE *ur- (cf. Greek ouron "urine"), variant of root *awer- "to moisten, flow" (cf. Sanskrit var "water," Avestan var "rain," Lithuanian jures "sea," Old English wær, Old Norse ver "sea," Old Norse ur "drizzling rain").