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Morpheus in Greek mythology, the god personifying dreams, and the son of Hypnos or Sleep.
-morphic having (such) a form or shape.
morphine a drug derived from opium and used as a sedative or anesthetic.
morpho- form; structure.
morphogenesis the evolutionary or embryological development of the physical form of an organism or body part.
morphology in biology, the study of the physical form and development of body parts. [4 definitions]
-morphous having (such) a form or shape; -morphic.
Morris chair a large chair with removable cushions and an adjustable back.
morro a rounded hill, hillock, or point of land.
morrow the day after some particular date or event; next day.
Morse code a code in which letters of the alphabet or numbers are represented by dots and dashes or by short and long flashes of light or sound.
morsel a bite-sized amount; small piece or bit. [2 definitions]
mortal subject to death; destined to die. [6 definitions]
mortality the quality or state of being destined to die. [3 definitions]
mortar1 a heavy bowl-like receptacle in which substances are ground or pounded into powder. [4 definitions]
mortar2 a bonding substance made from cement or lime, sand, and water and used to hold in place bricks, stones, or the like. [2 definitions]
mortarboard a usu. square board with a handle underneath, for carrying and working with mortar. [2 definitions]
mortgage a written agreement by which a lender holds a claim to property until a debt is repaid. [3 definitions]
mortgagee the person to whom a property is mortgaged.
mortgagor the person who mortgages a property.
mortician a person licensed to make appropriate disposition of dead human bodies; undertaker; funeral director.