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Meanings of Mormyrus:

noun

†(a) a marine fish with distinctive markings, (probably) the striped sea bream, lithognathus mormyrus. obsolete. (b) (in later use) any fish of the genus mormyrus (family mormyridae), comprising african freshwater fishes with curved elongate snouts and weak electric organs; an elephant-snout fish; (in form mormyrus) the genus itself.

Morn

mɔːn

Meanings of Morn:

noun

Literary term for morning.

Mornay

ˈmɔː.neɪ

Meanings of Mornay:

adjective

Denoting or served in a cheese-flavoured white sauce.

Usage examples:

Mornay sauce
noun

A thick sauce made with butter, flour, milk and cheese

Usage examples:

The mornay is a classical, flour-thickened cheese sauce., the crepes were topped with an amazing mo…

Meanings of Morne:

noun

The blunted head of a tilting-lance.

adjective

Sad, mournful, gloomy.

Meanings of Mornette:

noun

Each of the points of the coronal of a tilting-spear.

Morning

ˈmɔː.nɪŋ

Meanings of Morning:

noun

The period of time between midnight and noon, especially from sunrise to noon.

Usage examples:

I've got a meeting this morning
adverb

Every morning.

Usage examples:

Mornings, she'd sleep late
exclamation

Short for good morning.

Morning-sickness

ˈmɔː.nɪŋ ˌsɪk.nəs

Meanings of Morning-sickness:

noun

A feeling of wanting to vomit soon after waking, experienced by some women, esp. early in pregnancy

Mornings

ˈmɔː.nɪŋz

Meanings of Mornings:

noun

The period of time between midnight and noon, especially from sunrise to noon.

Usage examples:

I've got a meeting this morning
adverb

Every morning.

Usage examples:

Mornings, she'd sleep late

Meanings of Morningstar:

noun

A planet, especially venus, when visible in the east before sunrise.

Morns

mɔːn

Meanings of Morns:

noun

Literary term for morning.

Moro

ˈmɔːrəʊ

Meanings of Moro:

noun

A muslim inhabitant of the philippines.

Usage examples:

The spanish nicknamed the philippines' muslim inhabitants the moros, a corruption of the word moors.

Moroccan

məˈrɒk.ən

Meanings of Moroccan:

adjective

Relating to morocco or its people.

Usage examples:

A moroccan tagine
noun

A native or inhabitant of morocco, or a person of moroccan descent.

Usage examples:

An urbane moroccan who has lived all over the world

Moroccans

məˈrɒk.ən

Meanings of Moroccans:

noun

A native or inhabitant of morocco, or a person of moroccan descent.

Usage examples:

An urbane moroccan who has lived all over the world
adjective

Relating to morocco or its people.

Usage examples:

A moroccan tagine

Morocco

məˈrɒk.əʊ

Meanings of Morocco:

noun

Fine flexible leather made (originally in morocco) from goatskins tanned with sumac, used especially for book covers and shoes.

Usage examples:

A small fat volume bound in red morocco
proper noun

A country in north-western africa, with coastlines on the mediterranean sea and atlantic ocean; population 34,400,000 (estimated 2015); languages, arabic (official), berber; capital, rabat.

Moroccos

məˈrɒkəʊ

Meanings of Moroccos:

noun

Fine flexible leather made (originally in morocco) from goatskins tanned with sumac, used especially for book covers and shoes.

Usage examples:

A small fat volume bound in red morocco
proper noun

A country in north-western africa, with coastlines on the mediterranean sea and atlantic ocean; population 34,400,000 (estimated 2015); languages, arabic (official), berber; capital, rabat.

Meanings of Morology:

noun

The study of fools and folly.

Moron

ˈmɔː.rɒn

Meanings of Moron:

noun

A stupid person.

Usage examples:

We can't let these thoughtless morons get away with mindless vandalism every weekend

Moronic

məˈrɒn.ɪk

Meanings of Moronic:

adjective

Very foolish or stupid.

Usage examples:

Television's latest moronic soap opera

Meanings of Moronism:

noun

The least severe form of mental retardation.

Meanings of Morons:

noun

A stupid person.

Usage examples:

We can't let these thoughtless morons get away with mindless vandalism every weekend

Meanings of Moror:

noun

Bitter herbs eaten at the passover seder service as a reminder of the israelites' captivity in egypt.

Morose

məˈrəʊs

Meanings of Morose:

adjective

Sullen and ill-tempered.

Usage examples:

She was morose and silent when she got home

Meanings of Morosely:

adverb

In a very unhappy or annoyed way

Usage examples:

He was sitting at the edge of the group and staring morosely into space., "i can't take it anymore,…

Moroseness

məˈrəʊs.nəs

Meanings of Moroseness:

noun

The quality of being unhappy, annoyed, and unwilling to speak or smile

Usage examples:

He has a natural moroseness to his expression., he alternated between aggression and moroseness.

Meanings of Morosities:

noun

The state or quality of being morose; morose character or disposition. formerly also (chiefly in the 17th century): †an instance of moroseness (obsolete).

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