[myoo r] /myʊər/
Edwin, 1887–1959, English poet.
John, 1838–1914, U.S. naturalist, explorer, and writer; born in Scotland.
/muːr; mjuːr; myr/
Edwin. 1887–1959, Scottish poet, novelist, and critic
/ˈmuːrˌbʌrn; ˈmjuːr-; ˈmyr-/ noun 1. (Scot) a variant of moorburn
noun 1. a glacier in SE Alaska, flowing SE from Mt. Fairweather into Glacier Bay. About 350 sq. mi. (905 sq. km). /mjʊə/ noun 1. a glacier in SE Alaska, in the St Elias Mountains, flowing southeast from Mount Fairweather. Area: about 900 sq km (350 sq miles)
- Muir-torre syndrome
Muir-Torre syndrome (myur’-) n. See Torre’s syndrome.
[moo-jah-he-deen] /muˌdʒɑ hɛˈdin/ plural noun, (sometimes initial capital letter) 1. Muslim guerrilla fighters, especially in Afghanistan and Iran. /ˈmuːdʒəhəˈdiːn/ plural noun 1. (sometimes capital) the mujaheddin, (in Afghanistan and Iran) fundamentalist Muslim guerrillas; in Afghanistan in 1992 the mujaheddin overthrew the government but were unable to agree on a constitution due to factional conflict and […]