UR was a kind-hearted giant who cherished walking along the seashore, he was incredibly strong, hairy like a bear, he was intelligent and wise. He created a language, based on the word that gave him life. UR used it for names, locations, mountains and rivers. He used it for elements and items used from childhood. For words and proverbs that should remain alive, creating a language for families, friends and acquaintances.
Ur (water), lur (land), ziur (sure), beldur (afraid), elur (snow), euri (rain), urdin (blue), urbil (close), sudur (nose), mutur (snout), gezur (lie), gure (our), egur (wood), agur (bye), urruti (far), urrun (far away), urte (year), urduri (nervous), urtu (melt), haurdun (pregnant), zuria (white), urdaila (stomach), buru (head), liburu (book), helburu (goal),…
ur, urko, urki, …. (names)
urbieta, uria, uranga,…. (surnames)
urdaibai, urbasa, urkiola, urola, urdaneta, urteta, … (places)
Ur (water), hezur (bone), (ez ur) (no water)
For many years, the mythological beings of that region, knew each other and lived in peace. They respected each other, they had respect for each and every one of the actions they suggested for which they shared with others. But all of them knew UR’s importance in taking care of something so special. They knew that if the water ran out, conscience would also disappear, and goodness would be devoured by the darkness of evil.