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amur

See also: Amur and amûr

EnglishEdit

NounEdit

amur (plural amurs)

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    • 1974, Indiana Academy of Science, Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science, volume 83, page 174:
      In the fall of 1972, we obtained a special permit from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources to import 20 amurs for study in indoor aquaria.

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DalmatianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Latin amāre, present active infinitive of amō.

VerbEdit

amur

  1. to love
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Etymology 2Edit

From Latin amarus.

AdjectiveEdit

amur m (feminine amuora)

  1. bitter

Old FrenchEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin amor, amorem.

NounEdit

amur m (oblique plural amurs, nominative singular amurs, nominative plural amur)

  1. love

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DescendantsEdit


TolaiEdit

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PronounEdit

amur

  1. Second-person dual pronoun: you two

DeclensionEdit