See also: tur, Tur, TUR, tür, Tür, tùr, túr, and Túr

HungarianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From a Turkic language, most likely Oghur (compare to Old Chuvash *tör-, tür-), from Proto-Turkic *döŕ- (to bear, endure, suffer).

Probably a word loaned during the Magyars' presumed part in the Onogur tribal alliance.

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VerbEdit

tűr

  1. (transitive) endure, tolerate
    Synonyms: eltűr, visel, elvisel, tolerál, bír, kibír
  2. (transitive) crumple, roll, roll up, tuck in (e.g. the bottom edge of a shirt under the belt of trousers)

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