英 ['ɜːsaɪn; -ɪn]
- ursine (adj.)
- "pertaining to a bear," 1550s, from Latin ursinus "of or resembling a bear," from ursus "a bear," cognate with Greek arktos, from PIE *rtko- (see Arctic).
- 1. A few weeks later a better use of beer was discovered by an innocent ursine in the Pacific Northwest.
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