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Hura

Definition of the noun Hura

What does Hura mean as a name of something?

Hura is a genus of Zingiberaceae, described by J.G. König in A.J. Retzius in 1783.

Hura is a genus of Euphorbiaceae.

Hura is a genus of Hureae.

Place

Hura, or Houra is a Bedouin village in the South District of Israel. It is located near Beersheba and beside the town Meitar. The village was established in 1989 as a part of solution offered by the state for the Negev Bedouin population, and was declared a local council in 1996.

  • also known as חורה
  • part of Israel

Music

"Hura" a.k.a. "Hurá!" is a composition.

Phrases with Hura

Phrases starting with the word Hura:

  1. Hura Strepens
  2. Hura crepitans
  3. Hura Polyandra
  4. Hura Brasiliensis
  5. Hura Senegalensis
  6. Hura Crepitans Ovata
  7. Hura Crepitans Genuina
  8. Hura Crepitans Strepens
  9. Hura Crepitans Membranacea
  10. Hura Crepitans Orbicularis
  11. Hura Crepitans Oblongifolia
  12. Hura Crepitans Senegalensis

Phrase ending with the word Hura:

  1. genus Hura

Other phrases containing the word Hura:

  1. Species Hura Strepens
  2. species Hura crepitans
  3. Species Hura Polyandra
  4. Form Hura Crepitans Ovata
  5. Species Hura Brasiliensis
  6. Species Hura Senegalensis
  7. Variety Hura Crepitans Ovata

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Hura

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Google previewAvesta (1864)

The Religious Books of the Parsees by Arthur Henry Bleeck

Hura is the Sanskrit Sura. FARGARD XV.— INTRODUCTION. The contents of this Fargard are — 1. An enumeration of five sins whereby a man becomes PesAd- tanus (v. 1-29). 2. Observations respecting the guilt of seduction, together with the ...

Google previewAvesta: the religious books of the Parsees, from professor Spiegel's Germ. tr., by A.H. Bleeck. 3 vols. [in 1]. (1864)

Hura is the Sanskrit Sura. FARGARD XV.— INTR0DUCTI0N. The contents of this Fargard are — 1. An enumeration of five sins whereby a man becomes Peshd- tanus (v. 1-29). 2. 0bservations respecting the guilt of seduction, together with the ...

Google previewThe Gods of Creation (1996)

by Mary Elsnau

hura is the ancient Hu Ra or the Light of Ra, God. The Fair Yima is the Gr t Mother, sometimes called Anahita, Virgin of Light to whom the Seed of ...

Google previewSculpture in Wood (1992)

by Jack C. Rich

Hura (Hura crepitans, L.) is also called Rakuda. Hura is a very light yellow colored hardwood from Dutch Guinea.

Google previewCyclopædia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia, Commercial, Industrial and Scientific (1873)

Products of the Mineral, Vegetable and Animal Kingdoms, Useful Arts and Manufactures by Edward Balfour

The tract under the latter, called Yaduvati, has been wrested from the family by Si ' Sri Mat'hura is an independent fist ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Pratical Materia Medica (1900)

by John Henry Clarke

Hura Brasiliensis. Hura brasiliensis. Assacu. N. O. Euphorbiacea. Tincture of milky juice. Gltnlofl.—Blindness. Hysteria. Leprosy. Nares ...

Google previewDictionary of Trees, Volume 2: South America (2013)

Nomenclature, Taxonomy and Ecology by M.M. Grandtner, Julien Chevrette

M hyg Sacoglottis villosa Fróes e villous humiriastrum f humiriastrum villeux 7325 HuraL. Euphorbiaceae hura; sandboxtree e f sablier s haba, habillo, jabilla, jacobillo, ouillo, palo villa 7326 ...

Google previewWintu Dictionary (1985)

by Harvey Pitkin

hura' to be left (behind) ; to be the only one left; to be all ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Wood (2011)

by U.S. Department of Agriculture

H u r a Hura (Hura crepitans) grows throughout the West Indies from CentralAmericatonorthern Brazil and Bolivia. It is a large tree, commonly reaching a height of 30 to 43 m (90 to 130 ft) ...

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ROYCE HURA

Royce Hura of Parramatta eels RLFC

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Small photo of Waiheke Island coastline with headland, bush and sea views - along the Te Ara Hura round the island coastal track near Matiatia BaySmall photo of Impressive sandbox tree Hura crepitant showing spikes thorns in the amazon rainforestSmall photo of HURA, ISRAEL. July 23, 2012. General view of the Negev Bedouin town Hura (Houra). It was established in 1989 as a part of solution offered by the state for the Negev Bedouin population.Small photo of HURA, ISRAEL. July 23, 2012. One of the main streets in the Negev Bedouin town Hura (Houra) with Yitzhak Rabin secondary school on the left, local mosque on the far right.Small photo of Te Ara Hura Walkway in Little Oneroa Bay on Waiheke Island, a beautiful tourist destination full of hiking trails, off the Auckland coast in New ZealandSmall photo of View from Waiheke Island to a cruise ship waiting offshore - along the Te Ara Hura round the island coastal track near Matiatia Bay, with cabbage trees and flax bush More...

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Scrabble value of H4U1R1A1

The value of this 4-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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