[hoo r-ee-uh n] /ˈhʊər i ən/
a member of an ancient people, sometimes identified with the Horites, who lived in the Middle East during the 2nd and 3rd millenniums b.c. and who established the Mitanni kingdom about 1400 b.c.
the extinct language of the Hurrians, written in a syllabic, cuneiform script but not known to be related to any other language.
of or relating to the Hurrians or their language.
[hur-i-keyn, huhr- or, esp. British, -kuh n] /ˈhɜr ɪˌkeɪn, ˈhʌr- or, esp. British, -kən/ noun 1. a violent, tropical, cyclonic storm of the western North Atlantic, having wind speeds of or in excess of 72 miles per hour (32 m/sec). Compare , . 2. a storm of the most intense severity. 3. anything suggesting a […]
noun 1. a deck at the top of a passenger steamer, having a roof supported by light scantlings. noun 1. a ship’s deck that is covered by a light deck as a sunshade
- Hurricane-force wind
[hur-i-keyn-fawrs wind, -fohrs, huhr- or, esp. British, -kuh n-] /ˈhɜr ɪˌkeɪnˌfɔrs ˈwɪnd, -ˌfoʊrs, ˈhʌr- or, esp. British, -kən-/ noun 1. a wind, not necessarily a hurricane, having a speed of more than 72 miles per hour (32 m/sec): the strongest of the winds.
noun 1. a candlestick or oil lantern protected against drafts or winds by a glass chimney. noun 1. a paraffin lamp, with a glass covering to prevent the flame from being blown out Also called storm lantern