Azu're. adj. [azur, Fr. azurro, Span. lazur, Arab. from lazuli, a blue stone.] Blue; faint blue.
The blue of the first order, though very faint and little, may be the colour of some substances; and the azure colour of the skies seems to be of this order. Newton's Opticks
Minerva, graceful with her azure eyes. Pope's Odyssey, b. i.
Far through his azure turbulent domain,
Your empire owns. Thomson's Spring.