英 ['jʊərɪn; -raɪn]
urine 【音似“your rain, you rain, you're rain”，你下的雨（这个自己想的）】尿
来自PIE*uers,下雨，流水，流乳，词源同Uranus, udder. 委婉语指小便，比较whore.
- urine:  Urine comes via Old French urine from Latin ūrīna, which may be related to Greek oúron ‘urine’ (source of English urea , ureter , urethra , and uric ) and Sanskrit varsa- ‘rain’. Urinal  comes from the late Latin derivative ūrīnālis.
- urine (n.)
- c. 1300, from Old French orine, urine (12c.) and directly from Latin urina "urine," from PIE *ur- (cognates: Greek ouron "urine"), variant of root *we-r- "water, liquid, milk" (cognates: Sanskrit var "water," Avestan var "rain," Lithuanian jures "sea," Old English wær, Old Norse ver "sea," Old Norse ur "drizzling rain"), related to *eue-dh-r (see udder).
- 1. Urine is sterile.
- 2. Calcium is excreted in the urine and stools.
- 3. The little boy couldn't contain his urine any longer.
- 4. These wastes are finally eliminated from the body in the urine.
- 5. I gagged on the stench of stale urine.
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