Complete Definition of "dure"

English
Etymology
From F. durer ‘to last’, from L. durare.

Pronunciation
IPA|/djʊə/

Verb
en-verb|dur|es

  1. archaic To last, continue, endure.

Italian

Adjective
dure f

  1. Feminine plural form of duro

Category:Italian adjective forms


Latin

Etymology
From term|durus|dūrus|hard, rough|lang=la

Adverb
la-adv|dur|dūr|e

  1. harshly, sternly, roughly
  2. stiffly, awkwardly

Synonyms
sense|harshly, sternly duriter|dūriter

Related terms
top2
durabilis|dūrābilis
duresco|dūrēscō
duritas|dūritās
duriter|dūriter
mid2
duritia|dūritia
duro#Latin|dūrō
durus|dūrus

References
Charlton T. Lewis (1891) An Elementary Latin Dictionary, 1st edition. (Oxford University Press)

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