Fur is defined as the hair on a mammal's body or strips of this material.(noun)
An example of fur is the hair on a bear.
The definition of fur is made with or having to do with the hair of a mammal's body.(adjective)
An example of fur used as an adjective is in the phrase "fur coat," which means a coat made with a mammal's body hair.
Fur means to trim, cover or coat with a mammal's body hair.(verb)
See fur in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME furre, prob. contr. < furrure, fur lining or blanket OFr fourrure < fuerre, sheath, lining < Frank *fodr, akin to Ger futter < IE base *po-, to tend flocks, cover, protect > Gr poimēn, Sans pālá-, shepherd
See fur in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English furre
Origin: , probably from furren, to line with fur
Origin: , from Old French forrer
Origin: , from forre, fuerre, sheath, lining
Origin: , of Germanic origin; see pā- in Indo-European roots.
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