ancient Sumerian city-state in Mesopotamia ‘abode of Su’en/Na-an-na’
[Su’en/Na-an-na: ‘illuminator, lamp’, epithet for ‘moon God’],
Akkadian (Uruk) / Sumerian (Urug): kingdom of Gilgamesh, leading to urbanization of Sumer

Hebrew (urim):
‘lights, revelation, divination’, poss. fr. Babylonian (urtu): ‘oracle’ or Hebrew (arrim): ‘curses’
Hebrew (or): ‘light’, (ooriah): ‘god is my fire’

Yoruba (oore):
goodness, benevolence/help, divine/divining monarch, benefactor/friend’, (oore-ọfẹ): ‘amazing grace,’ grace

Tamil (oore):
‘whole village’
[as in Pungundranar’s poem in the Purananuru kingship treatise: ‘Yaadhum oore, Yaavarum Kelir’ ‘all towns are one, all humanity kin’environmental organization]

Urdu (Urdu):
form of Hindustani with Persian and Arabic loanwords, official language of Pakistan
‘camp’, short for (zaban-i-urdu): ‘language of the camp’

fr. Turkish (ordu): tribe of Asian nomads in tents cf. Tartar (urda): ‘horde’  transferred to English (horde) via Polish, French, Spanish

Latin (urb/urbs/urbis/urbanus):
‘walled town, characteristic of city life, pertaining to cities or towns’,
English (urban, urbane): ‘refined, polished, elegant,’ 20th c. denoting African-American city cultures 

Estonian (Oore):
Estonian village in Tori Parish, Pärnu County in southwestern Estonia

English/German (ur-) prefix:
proto-, original, earliest, primitive’ [cf. ‘ursprache, urtext’],
fr. German (ur-): ‘out of, original’, fr. Proto-Germanic (uz), fr. Proto Indo European (ud): ‘up, out’, cf. PIE (ur)
[cf. Greek (ou): out/no, e.g. utopia]

Proto Indo European (ur):
variant root of (we-r): ‘water, liquid, milk’,
Old Norse (ur): ‘drizzling rain’, Latin (urina) & Greek (ouron): ‘urine’
[cf. Iraq via (araqa): well-watered]

Low German (ur):
‘iron-containing ore’, merged with Old English (ora): ‘unworked metal’
cf. PIE (er): ‘earth, ground’, Old English ‘abode of man’, cf. community place
PIE (aus): ‘gold, to shine’, PIE (ausus): ‘dawn’ cf. light/fire

Dutch/Afrikaans (oor):