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morn

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noun \ˈmȯrn\

Definition of morn

  1. 1 :  dawn

  2. 2 :  morning



Examples of morn in a sentence

  1. <my herald of the morn is my cat, sticking his paw in my face to wake me up>

  2. <so, how are you this lovely morn?>



Origin and Etymology of morn

Middle English, from Old English morgen; akin to Old High German morgan morning and perhaps to Greek marmairein to sparkle


First Known Use: before 12th century


MORN Defined for Kids

morn

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noun \ˈmȯrn\

Definition of morn for Students

  1. :  morning




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