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morion1 an open, crested metal helmet of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, usu. having a flat or downturned brim.
morion2 a dark brown to blackish variety of quartz.
Morisco of or pertaining to the Moors; Moorish. [2 definitions]
Mormon a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. [3 definitions]
morn morning or dawn.
Mornay sauce a seasoned white sauce containing grated cheese such as Parmesan or Swiss.
morning the earliest part of the day, beginning about sunrise and ending about noon. [4 definitions]
morning dress formal daytime clothes for men, including a cutaway coat.
morning glory any of a variety of usu. twining vines bearing brightly colored funnel-shaped flowers that open in the morning and close by evening.
mornings regularly in or during the morning.
morning sickness nausea and sometimes vomiting in the early part of the day during the first several months of pregnancy.
morning star any bright planet, esp. Venus, visible in the eastern sky just before or at dawn.
Moro a member of any of several Muslim Malay tribes of the south Philippines. [2 definitions]
Morocco a North African country on the Atlantic and the Mediterranean. [2 definitions]
moron a very foolish or stupid person. [2 definitions]
Moroni the capital of the Comoros.
morose gloomy or sullen.
-morph one that has (such) a form, shape, or structure.
morpheme in linguistics, a word or word element that cannot be divided into smaller meaningful grammatical units. (See allomorph.)
Morpheus in Greek mythology, the god personifying dreams, and the son of Hypnos or Sleep.
-morphic having (such) a form or shape.