Haughtons method of estimating Urea from the specific gravity of the urine.
urine frequently contains an abnormally large quantity of urea.
urine scanty, and looked like that of a child troubled with worms, light red-colored stain on bottom of vessel,2 (second day).
urine is passed frequently, a small quantity at a time, of a high color, and sometimes mixed with blood or even pus.
urine was passed per urethram, and also escaped by both wounds.
urine, specific gravity, 1010; greenish-yellow, fetid (decaying fruit).
November 20: urine examined, no sugar found, no symptom noticed at any time after injection.
urine clear on passing, but becomes as above described on standing,2 (third day).
urine containing bile is yellowish or brown, with a yellow foam when shaken.
Mr. Schlosser, a young and very promising Chymist, is the last who hath made any experiments on this curious Salt of urine.
early 14c., from Old French urine (12c.), from Latin urina "urine," from PIE *ur- (cf. Greek ouron "urine"), variant of root *awer- "to moisten, flow" (cf. Sanskrit var "water," Avestan var "rain," Lithuanian jures "sea," Old English wær, Old Norse ver "sea," Old Norse ur "drizzling rain").
urine u·rine (yur'ĭn)
The waste product secreted by the kidneys that in mammals is a fluid that is yellow to amber in color, slightly acidic, and discharged from the body through the urethra.