See also: kur, kúr, kûr, kür, Kür, kűr, kuř, and kůr

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Kur

  1. A mountain or mountains, usually identified as the Zagros mountains to the east of Sumer.
  2. In Sumerian mythology, a dark shadowy underworld, located deep below the surface of the earth.

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Etymology 1Edit

From Latin cura.

NounEdit

Kur f (genitive Kur, plural Kuren)

  1. cure, regimen
  2. treatment at a health resort
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Etymology 2Edit

From Middle High German küre, Old High German kuri, from Proto-West Germanic *kuʀi.

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Kur f (genitive Kur, plural Kuren)

  1. the gathering which elected the king or emperor (kaiser) of the Holy Roman Empire
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