vul′tūrine, vul′tūrish, vul′tūrous, like the vulture: rapacious.
vul had a temple at Calah besides the two temples in which he received worship at Asshur.
Sennacherib speaks of hurling thunder on his enemies like vul, and other kings use similar expressions.
There is not much evidence of the worship of vul in Chaldaea during the early times.
vul′picide, the killing of a fox: a fox-killer; vul′pinism, craftiness.
vulnerable, vul′ne-ra-bl, adj. capable of being wounded: liable to injury.
vul′turism, rapacity; vul′turn, the Australian brush-turkey.
vulture, vul′tūr, n. a large rapacious bird of prey, feeding largely on carrion: one who or that which resembles a vulture.
vulcan (vul′can), the god of fire, was the son of Jupiter and Juno.
vulva, vul′va, n. the orifice of the external organs of generation of the female.