aur′ated, gold-coloured: compounded with auric acid; aur′eate, gilded: golden.
And of the like import are the nouns, iar and aur, formed from it.
I kissed my hand to her, and said aur ravoir, as the French say for good by, and then paddled off to wait for night.
The first part of the name aurboda, the aur of many significations may be referred to eyrir, pl.
I beg, therefore, if this communication should give rise to a more extensive use of aur.
Acephalum enim, aur quamvis et calore vitali potiatur, morientem rectius dicimus, quam quod vivit.
In consequence of this defect, Dr. Zwanzig considered that the ten-thousandth of a grain of aur.
A swelling of the ovary, reaching as far as the umbilicus, I have cured with aur.
This Argaius may be either derived from Har, a mountain; or from aur, fire.