Murray definition by Webster's New World
a masculine name
Origin: after the surname Murray ; from uncertain or unknown; perhaps Celtic as in Welsh mor, the sea
- Murray, (George) Gilbert (Aimé) 1866-1957; Eng. classical scholar & statesman, born in Australia
- Murray, Sir James Augustus Henry 1837-1915; Brit. lexicographer
- Murray, Lindley 1745-1826; Am. grammarian, in England
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river in SE Australia, flowing from the Australian Alps into the Indian Ocean: 1,596 mi (2,568 km)
Murray definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A city of northern Utah, an industrial suburb of Salt Lake City. Population: 44,800.
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, Sir James Augustus Henry 1837-1915.
British philologist and the original lexicographer (1879-1915) of the Oxford English Dictionary.
murray - Medical Definition
, Joseph E. Born 1919.
American physician. He shared a 1990 Nobel Prize for developing techniques for bone marrow and kidney transplants.