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|Look up tur, tür, tùr, túr, or tűr in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.|
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Tur or TUR can stand for:
- Jacob ben Asher, author of Arba'ah Turim, also known as the Tur or the Baal Haturim
- Tur (mythology), son of Fereydun and predecessor of the Turanians
- Nuncia María Tur, Argentinian botanist with the standard botanical author abbreviation "Tur".
- Katy Tur, NBC News Anchor
- Zoey Tur, Former MSNBC Host and Pilot/Reporter.
- Turkey, a country in Asia and Europe
- El-Tor, Egypt, also known as Tur
- Tur, Markazi, a village in Markazi Province, Iran
- Tur, South Khorasan, a village in South Khorasan Province, Iran
- At-Tur (Mount of Olives), a Jerusalem neighborhood
- Tur, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, a village in north-central Poland
- Tur, Łódź Voivodeship, a village in central Poland
- Tur, a village in Negrești-Oaș town, Satu Mare County, Romania
- Tűr, the Hungarian name for Tiur village, Blaj, Alba County, Romania
- Tur River, river in Romania and Hungary
- East Caucasian tur, a species of goat
- West Caucasian tur, a species of goat
- Tur (mite), a genus of mites
- Tur is Polish for aurochs (Bos primigenius)
- Tur (bean)
- Turkish language (ISO 639-2 language code)
- Trans-urethral resection, a surgical procedure
- AMZ Tur, military vehicle
- Toxics use reduction
- Test Unit Ready, a SCSI command in computer science
- Toor (clan), North-Indian Tribe
- Test Uncertainty Ratio
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