[mur-druh m] /ˈmɜr drəm/
noun, Old English Law.
the killing of a human being in a secret manner.
the fine payable to the king by the hundred where such a killing occurred, unless the killer was produced or the victim proved to be a Saxon.
[myoo r] /myʊər/ noun 1. Obsolete. a wall. verb (used with object), mured, muring. 2. to immure. /mjʊə/ verb 1. (transitive) an archaic or literary word for immure
murein mu·re·in (myur’ē-ĭn, myur’ēn’) n. See peptidoglycan.
[moo r-esh] /ˈmʊər ɛʃ/ noun 1. a river in SE central Europe, flowing W from the Carpathian Mountains in central Romania to the Tisza River in S Hungary. 400 miles (645 km) long. [myoo r] /myʊər/ noun 1. Obsolete. a wall. verb (used with object), mured, muring. 2. to immure. /mjʊə/ verb 1. (transitive) an […]
[myoo r-eks] /ˈmyʊər ɛks/ noun, plural murices [myoo r-uh-seez] /ˈmyʊər əˌsiz/ (Show IPA), murexes. 1. any marine gastropod of the genus Murex, common in tropical seas, certain species of which yield the royal purple dye valued by the ancients. 2. a shell used as a trumpet, as in representations of Tritons in art. 3. purplish […]