noun mo·rel·lo \mə-ˈre-(ˌ)lō\
plural mo·rel·los

Definition of MORELLO

:  a cultivated sour cherry (as the Montmorency) having a dark-colored skin and juice —called also morello cherry

Origin of MORELLO

probably modification of Dutch dialect amarelle, marelle, from Medieval Latin amarellum, a sour cherry, from Latin amarus bitter, sour
First Known Use: 1598


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