I. A stone of which costly vessels (v. murrinus and murreus) were made: “maculosae pocula murrae,” Mart. 10, 80, 1; hence, poet. transf., vessels of murra, murrine vases, id. 4, 86.—
II. The myrrh-tree and myrrh, v. myrrha. —
III. Murra , the name of a horse, perh. of a spotted one, Inscr. Grut. 341.