To last, continue, endure.
Origin: From duren, from durer, from duro
hard; harsh; severe; rough; toilsome
to last; to continue; to endure
Origin: [L. durus; akin to Ir. & Gael. dur , stubborn, W. dir certain, sure, cf. Gr. force.]
The dure is a type of collective laboring operation within small farming communities of Korea. Farmers in a village work together on each other's farms, so that they can support each other as reducing the amount of work. In accordance with region, its function and composition differ, so dure has been variously called such as nongsa, nonggye, nongcheong, nongak, nonggi, mokcheong, gyaksa, dongne nonmegi, gilssam, dolgae gieum. It can also be a school name.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
dūr, v.i. (obs.) to endure, last, or continue.—adj. Dure′ful (Spens.), enduring, lasting. [Fr. durer—L. durāre—durus, hard.]
The numerical value of dure in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of dure in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
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