daur

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daur

(dɔːr)
vb
a Scot word for dare

daur


Past participle: daured
Gerund: dauring

Imperative
daur
daur
Present
I daur
you daur
he/she/it daurs
we daur
you daur
they daur
Preterite
I daured
you daured
he/she/it daured
we daured
you daured
they daured
Present Continuous
I am dauring
you are dauring
he/she/it is dauring
we are dauring
you are dauring
they are dauring
Present Perfect
I have daured
you have daured
he/she/it has daured
we have daured
you have daured
they have daured
Past Continuous
I was dauring
you were dauring
he/she/it was dauring
we were dauring
you were dauring
they were dauring
Past Perfect
I had daured
you had daured
he/she/it had daured
we had daured
you had daured
they had daured
Future
I will daur
you will daur
he/she/it will daur
we will daur
you will daur
they will daur
Future Perfect
I will have daured
you will have daured
he/she/it will have daured
we will have daured
you will have daured
they will have daured
Future Continuous
I will be dauring
you will be dauring
he/she/it will be dauring
we will be dauring
you will be dauring
they will be dauring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dauring
you have been dauring
he/she/it has been dauring
we have been dauring
you have been dauring
they have been dauring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dauring
you will have been dauring
he/she/it will have been dauring
we will have been dauring
you will have been dauring
they will have been dauring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dauring
you had been dauring
he/she/it had been dauring
we had been dauring
you had been dauring
they had been dauring
Conditional
I would daur
you would daur
he/she/it would daur
we would daur
you would daur
they would daur
Past Conditional
I would have daured
you would have daured
he/she/it would have daured
we would have daured
you would have daured
they would have daured
References in periodicals archive ?
In the kingdoms of Fatumea and Lookeu, as in the three other kingdoms of Koba Lima, the largest offering at the most sacred springs takes place only once every twenty five years along with the community celebration of their sacred house called dahur uma lulik that lasts for three weeks.
An October poll conducted by the al-Ahali newspaper in Baghdad, Mosul, and Dahur found that 63 percent of the respondents thought security would improve if the coalition left Iraq.