11 June 2006

rain is dure

dure = rain (noun) (some things Goggle found for "dure": a very common term: The Opificio delle Pietre Dure is a muesum in Florence Italy; Pietre Dure or Pietra Dura work is mosaic or stone inlay; SEN-DURE Products Inc. of Florida manufacturers heat exchangers and oil coolers; Dure Foods Ltd. of Canada sells hot chocolate and cappuccino for vending machines; a last name; Peine forte et dure was a method of torture formerly used in the common law legal system where the accused was pressed to death by weights; Bowers-Dure wooden railroad cars of 1870s and 1880s; Used for "endure" in the King James Version of the Bible; means far in Bengali(Transliterated); means expensive in Dutch; means hardly in Esperanto and Latin; means lasts in French; means from far in Sanskrit (Transliterated); places in Mali, Ethiopia, China, and Latvia)

Word derivation for "rain" :
Basque = euri, Finnish = sade
Miresua = dure

This Miresua conlang word has been changed. The word for rain is now ude.

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