A little doggie is in trouble for leaving urine on the floor.
An example of urine is the yellow fluid that squirts from between a dog's legs as it's lifting one leg to pee on a tree.
Origin of urineOld French ; from Classical Latin urina, urine ; from Indo-European an unverified form ?r-, variant, variety of base an unverified form awer-, to moisten, flow from source water, Classical Greek ouron, urine
Origin of urineMiddle English, from Old French, from Latin ūrīna; see wē-r- in Indo-European roots.
(usually uncountable, plural urines)
- inure, in ure