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O Ur em Inglês
Ur 'ur (Chaldean?) Light, city of light; a town famous in ancient times as one of the chief seats of lunar worship in Babylonia, being an important center of the worship of the masculine god of the moon. It was commonly called among the Chaldeans 'ur khasdim (Ur of the Chaldeans).
The meaning of city of light is not merely that it was a town which revered the light of the moon, but refers to ceremonials of occult instruction and initiation which evidently were conducted in this ancient place. Ur is supposed to be the capital of the Sumerian civilization, situated on the south bank of the Euphrates near the Persian Gulf. More than 5,000 years ago it had reached a highly advanced cultural and commercial prominence. Positive proof was found at Ur of a flood which completely broke up the continuity of the history of the Mesopotamian plain dwellers, and which confirms the Babylonian, Sumerian, and Biblical traditions of a devastating flood, though of course it was only a local catastrophe. Christian Biblical scholars generally believe that Abraham's birth in "Ur of the Chaldees" took place about 1900 or 2000 BC, but the excavations have produced nothing referable to him.


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ur
\ur\ (?), ure \ure\ ], n. (zo?l.) the urus.
ur
us \u"rus\ (?), n. [l.; of teutonic origin. see aurochs.] (zo?l.) a very large, powerful, and savage extinct bovine animal (bos urus or primigenius) anciently abundant in europe. it appears to have still existed in the time of julius c?sar. it had very large horns, and was hardly capable of domestication. called also, ur, ure, and tur.
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n : an ancient city of sumer located on a former channel of the euphrates river [syn: ur]


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light, or the moon city, a city "of the chaldees," the birthplace of haran (gen. 11:28,31), the largest city of shinar or northern chaldea, and the principal commercial centre of the country as well as the centre of political power. it stood near the mouth of the euphrates, on its western bank, and is represented by the mounds (of bricks cemented by bitumen) of el-mugheir, i.e., "the bitumined," or "the town of bitumen," now 150 miles from the sea and some 6 miles from the euphrates, a little above the point where it receives the shat el-hie, an affluent from the tigris. it was formerly a maritime city, as the waters of the persian gulf reached thus far inland. ur was the port of babylonia, whence trade was carried on with the dwellers on the gulf, and with the distant countries of india, ethiopia, and egypt. it was abandoned about b.c. 500, but long continued, like erech, to be a great sacred cemetery city, as is evident from the number of tombs found there. (see abraham.) the oldest king of ur known to us is ur-ba'u (servant of the goddess ba'u), as hommel reads the name, or ur-gur, as others read it. he lived some twenty-eight hundred years b.c., and took part in building the famous temple of the moon-god sin in ur itself. the illustration here given represents his cuneiform inscription, written in the sumerian language, and stamped upon every brick of the temple in ur. it reads: "ur-ba'u, king of ur, who built the temple of the moon-god." "ur was consecrated to the worship of sin, the babylonian moon-god. it shared this honour, however, with another city, and this city was haran, or harran. harran was in mesopotamia, and took its name from the highroad which led through it from the east to the west. the name is babylonian, and bears witness to its having been founded by a babylonian king. the same witness is still more decisively borne by the worship paid in it to the babylonian moon-god and by its ancient temple of sin. indeed, the temple of the moon-god at harran was perhaps even more famous in the assyrian and babylonian world than the temple of the moon-god at ur. "between ur and harran there must, consequently, have been a close connection in early times, the record of which has not yet been recovered. it may be that harran owed its foundation to a king of ur; at any rate the two cities were bound together by the worship of the same deity, the closest and most enduring bond of union that existed in the ancient world. that terah should have migrated from ur to harran, therefore, ceases to be extraordinary. if he left ur at all, it was the most natural place to which to go. it was like passing from one court of a temple into another. "such a remarkable coincidence between the biblical narrative and the evidence of archaeological research cannot be the result of chance. the narrative must be historical; no writer of late date, even if he were a babylonian, could have invented a story so exactly in accordance with what we now know to have been the truth. for a story of the kind to have been the invention of palestinian tradition is equally impossible. to the unprejudiced mind there is no escape from the conclusion that the history of the migration of terah from ur to harran is founded on fact" (sayce).
ur
fire, light, a valley


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was the land of Haran's nativity, (Genesis 11:28) the place from which Terah and Abraham started "to go into the land of Canaan." (Genesis 11:31) It is called in Genesis "Ur of the Chaldaeans," while in the Acts St. Stephen places it, by implication, in Mesopotamia. (Acts 7:2,4) These are all the indications which Scripture furnishes as to its locality. It has been identified by the most ancient traditions with the city of Orfah in the highlands of Mesopotamia, which unite the table-land of Armenia to the valley of the Euphrates. In later ages it was called Edessa, and was celebrated as the capital of Abgarus or Acbarus who was said to have received the letter and portrait of our Saviour. "Two, physical features must have secured Orfah, from the earliest times, as a nucleus for the civilization of those regions. One is a high-crested crag, the natural fortifications of the crested citadel....The other is an abundant spring, issuing in a pool of transparent clearness, and embosomed in a mass of luxuriant verdure, which, amidst the dull brown desert all around, makes and must always have made, this spot an oasis, a paradise, in the Chaldaean wilderness. Round this sacred pool,'the beautiful spring Callirrhoe,' as it was called by the Greek writers, gather the modern traditions of the patriarch."-Stanley, Jewish Church, part i.p.7. A second tradition, which appears in the Talmud, finds Ur in Warka, 120 miles southeast from Babylon and four east of the Euphrates. It was the Orchoe of the Greeks, and probably the Ereck of Holy Scripture. This place bears the name of Huruk in the native inscriptions, and was in the countries known to the Jews as the land of the Chaldaeans. But in opposition to the most ancient traditions, many modern writers have fixed the site of Ur at a very different position, viz. in the extreme south of Chaldaea, at Mugheir, not very far above- and probably in the time of Abraham actually upon-the head of the Persian Gulf. Among the ruins which are now seen at the spot are the remains of one of the great temples, of a model similar to that of Babel, dedicated to the moon, to whom the city was sacred. (Porter and Rawlinson favor this last place.)
  

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UR, Ur or ur may refer to:

Geography
  • Ur, an ancient city-state in southern Mesopotamia, modern day Iraq
    • Royal Game of Ur, two ancient game boards found in the Royal Tombs of Ur
  • Ur of the Chaldees ((Ur Kasdim)), a biblical place mentioned in the Book of Genesis as the birthplace of Abraham
  • Ur, Pyrénées-Orientales, a commune of the Pyrénées-Orientales Département, France
  • Ur (continent), name of the first known continent in the field of tectonics
  • Ur, Iran, a village in Ardabil Province, Iran
  • Canton of Uri, Switzerland
  • Hay Ur, a neighborhood of Baghdad, Iraq

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Ur (Sumerian: Urim; Sumerian Cuneiform: or ; Akkadian: Uru; ) was an important Sumerian city-state in ancient Mesopotamia, located at the site of modern Tell el-Muqayyar in south Iraq's Dhi Qar Governorate. Once a coastal city near the mouth of the Euphrates on the Persian Gulf, the coastline has shifted and Ur is now well inland, south of the Euphrates on its right bank, 16 kilometres (9.9 mi) from Nasiriyah.

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Úr is the Irish name of the eighteenth letter of the Ogham alphabet, , meaning "clay", "earth", "soil". In Old Irish, the letter name was also written Úir. Its phonetic value is [u] or [u:].

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UR and A Tear in the Open are two electronic music tracks which appeared on Tiësto's second studio album in 2004, entitled Just Be. Unlike Tiesto's other album from 2004, Parade of the Athletes, Just Be featured only unmixed tracks.

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Noun
1. an ancient city of Sumer located on a former channel of the Euphrates River
(hypernym) city, metropolis, urban center
(part-holonym) Sumer


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Ur = n. what is essential or pure

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tunnel

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Ultimate Recovery

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fire, light, a valley
  

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Uncommitted Read

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Upper Right

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v. commit treason

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(n.)
Alt. of Ure
  

Direitos Autorais: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913), edited by Noah Porter. About Mais: A tradução de Ur do Inglês para o Inglês
light, or the moon city, a city "of the Chaldees," the birthplace of Haran (Gen. 11:28,31), the largest city of Shinar or northern Chaldea, and the principal commercial centre of the country as well as the centre of political power. It stood near the mouth of the Euphrates, on its western bank, and is represented by the mounds (of bricks cemented by bitumen) of el-Mugheir, i.e., "the bitumined," or "the town of bitumen," now 150 miles from the sea and some 6 miles from the Euphrates, a little above the point where it receives the Shat el-Hie, an affluent from the Tigris. It was formerly a maritime city, as the waters of the Persian Gulf reached thus far inland. Ur was the port of Babylonia, whence trade was carried on with the dwellers on the gulf, and with the distant countries of India, Ethiopia, and Egypt. It was abandoned about B.C. 500, but long continued, like Erech, to be a great sacred cemetery city, as is evident from the number of tombs found there. (See ABRAHAM.) The oldest king of Ur known to us is Ur-Ba'u (servant of the goddess Ba'u), as Hommel reads the name, or Ur-Gur, as others read it. He lived some twenty-eight hundred years B.C., and took part in building the famous temple of the moon-god Sin in Ur itself. The illustration here given represents his cuneiform inscription, written in the Sumerian language, and stamped upon every brick of the temple in Ur. It reads: "Ur-Ba'u, king of Ur, who built the temple of the moon-god." "Ur was consecrated to the worship of Sin, the Babylonian moon-god. It shared this honour, however, with another city, and this city was Haran, or Harran. Harran was in Mesopotamia, and took its name from the highroad which led through it from the east to the west. The name is Babylonian, and bears witness to its having been founded by a Babylonian king. The same witness is still more decisively borne by the worship paid in it to the Babylonian moon-god and by its ancient temple of Sin. Indeed, the temple of the moon-god at Harran was perhaps even more famous in the Assyrian and Babylonian world than the temple of the moon-god at Ur. "Between Ur and Harran there must, consequently, have been a close connection in early times, the record of which has not yet been recovered. It may be that Harran owed its foundation to a king of Ur; at any rate the two cities were bound together by the worship of the same deity, the closest and most enduring bond of union that existed in the ancient world. That Terah should have migrated from Ur to Harran, therefore, ceases to be extraordinary. If he left Ur at all, it was the most natural place to which to go. It was like passing from one court of a temple into another. "Such a remarkable coincidence between the Biblical narrative and the evidence of archaeological research cannot be the result of chance. The narrative must be historical; no writer of late date, even if he were a Babylonian, could have invented a story so exactly in accordance with what we now know to have been the truth. For a story of the kind to have been the invention of Palestinian tradition is equally impossible. To the unprejudiced mind there is no escape from the conclusion that the history of the migration of Terah from Ur to Harran is founded on fact" (Sayce).

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O Ur em árabe
مختصر مُراجَعَةُ الاسْتِعْمال سابقة بمعنى فَوْق سابقة بمعنى البَوْل

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utilization review
مختصر مُراجَعَةُ الاسْتِعْمال
سابقة بمعنى البَوْل

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أُورَ

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O Ur em Espanhol
Unfunded Requirement

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O Ur em Russo
[int] э-э! (звук, издаваемый говорящими при попытке вспомнить что-л.)

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(слэнг) ты / вы (есть)

Dicionário fonte: Dicionário de Informática Inglês-Russo
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твой, ваш (сокр. вар.)

Dicionário fonte: Dicionário Inglês-Russo (Subsidiary)
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O Ur em Português
das origens
Sopa no Mel

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O Ur em Thai
Pref. ปัสสาวะ,ทางปัสสาวะ

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O Ur em Romeno
I. (vezi) uro-
II. initial , originar , prim ; ur-Faust > versiunea / forma initiala a tragediei lui Faust

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O Ur em Persa
مكاشفه كريستفايد تز چرچ-تورينگ داده ساختار حافظه خارجي تور اويلري ساختار كريپك ماشين تورينگ كاهش تورينگ مبدل تورينگ ماشين تورينگ تناوبي بستار بازگشت تجمعي همزمان شاره همزمان پيكربندي داده ساختار , ساختمان داده بازگشتي مستقيم داده ساختار مجموعه مجزا داده ساختار حافظه خارجي , EM data structure تبديل فوريه متناهي داده ساختار تمام ماندگار داده ساختار گرافيكي مكاشفه حريصانه مكاشفه اي ماشين تورينگ غير قطعي ماشين تورينگ پيشگو تابع بازگشتي جزئي داده ساختار جزئي ماندگار داده ساختار ماندگار تز چرچ - تورينگ زمان چند جمله اي بازگشتي اصلي ماشين تورينگ احتمالي رويه محض زبان كاملاً تابعي بازگشتي معادلات بازگشتي رابطه بازگشتي بازگشتي ها بازگشت خاتمه بازگشت درخت بازگشت بازگشتي الگوريتم بازگشتي داده ساختار بازگشتي تابع بازگشتي زبان بازگشتي زبان بازگشتي شمارش پذير درخت بازگشت ساختار رابطه اي يال اشباع شده امضا , نشان مسئله كوتاهترين مسير از يك مبدا منبع , مبدا ابر منبع آخرين بازگشت تور بستار متعددي ماشين تورينگ جامع تابع با مقدار بازگشتي

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کلمات مرتبط(ur):



بازگشت به واژه ur


ur'sa 



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