Tur

تـــور

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Updated:Sunday 12th October 2014

Tur Definition

(Wikipedia) - Tur

Tur or TUR can stand for:

Contents
  • 1 Religious works
  • 2 People
  • 3 Places
    • 3.1 Settlements
    • 3.2 Natural features
  • 4 Living things
  • 5 Other
Religious works
  • Arba''ah Turim, a work of Jewish law, also known as the Tur
  • At-Tur, the 52nd sura of the Qur''an
People
  • Jacob ben Asher, author of Arba''ah Turim, also known as the Tur or the Baal Haturim
  • Tur (son of Fereydun), son of Fereydun and predecessor of the Turanians
Places Settlements
  • Tur, Egypt
  • Tur, Markazi, (طور), a village in Markazi Province, Iran
  • Tur, South Khorasan, (طور), a village in South Khorasan Province, Iran
  • At-Tur, a neighbourhood of Jerusalem
  • Tur, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, a village in north-central Poland
  • Tur, Łódź Voivodeship, a village in central Poland
  • Tur, a village in Negreşti-Oaş town, Satu Mare County, Romania
  • Tűr, the Hungarian name for Tiur village, Blaj, Alba County, Romania
Natural features
  • Tur River, river in Romania and Hungary
Living things
  • East Caucasian Tur, a species of goat
  • West Caucasian Tur, a species of goat
  • Tur, a genus of mites
Other
  • Tur (bean)
  • Turkish language (ISO 639-2 language code)
  • Trans-urethral resection, a surgical procedure
  • Tur (military vehicle)
  • Toxics Use Reduction
  • Test Unit Ready, a SCSI command (in computer science)
  • Toor (clan), North-Indian Tribe
  • Test Uncertainty Ratio
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