noun, plural u·rus·es.
Origin of urus
Examples from the Web for urus
Historical Examples of urus
The asp was worshipped by the Egyptians under the name of urus.
It is thought by some that the Chillingham cattle are descendants of the urus.
For information concerning the wild cattle, see The Urus, p. 145.
The gigantic, unwieldy ox, the Urus of Caesar, has been extinct since Roman times.Gospel Philosophy
J. H. Ward
Some confusion has arisen as to the description and the names of the Urus and the Bison.Notes on the Fenland
T. McKenny Huges