plural of .
noun, plural qurush
[koo-roosh] (Show IPA)
a cupronickel coin and monetary unit of Saudi Arabia, the 20th part of a riyal.
a former coin and fractional monetary unit of several Middle Eastern and North African countries.
[koo-tuh b] noun, Islam. 1. (in Sufism) the highest-ranking saint, the focal point of all spiritual energy.
A functional plus logic language. “Quty: A Functional Language Based on Unification”, M. Sato et al, in Conf. Fifth Gen. Computer Systems, ICOT 1984, pp.157-165.
interjection A exclamation of disgust; feh, yuck [1983+ Computer; said to have been coined by Guy Steele, editor of the 1983 The Hacker’s Dictionary] /kwuhks/ [Mythically, from the Latin semi-deponent verb quuxo, quuxare, quuxandum iri; noun form variously “quux” (plural “quuces”, anglicised to “quuxes”) and “quuxu” (genitive plural is “quuxuum”, for four u-letters out of […]
/kwuhks/ The fourth of the standard metasyntactic variable, after baz and before the quu(u…)x series. See foo, bar, baz, quux. This appears to be a recent mutation from quux, and many versions (especially older versions) of the standard series just run foo, bar, baz, quux, …