Fore (language of Papua New Guinea), âshaking deathâ.
- A chronic, progressive, fatal central nervous system prion disease of humans probably resembling the scrapie agent of sheep, and transmissable to nonhuman primates; usually seen only in the Fore and neighboring peoples of New Guinea. Believed to be transmitted by ritual cannibalism; it was first characterized by Daniel Carleton Gajdusek, for which he received the Nobel prize.
Common Oceanian, compare Indonesian guruh.
infl|fj|noun|also used reduplicated as|kurukuru
- context|geography|lang=fi a canyon.
- context|pathology|lang=fi #English|kuru.
(a canyon) kanjoni
- æ¥ã: to come
- ç¹°ã: to ruffle