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morris

noun mor·ris \ˈmr-əs, ˈmär-\

Definition of MORRIS

:  a vigorous English dance traditionally performed by men wearing costumes and bells

Origin of MORRIS

Middle English moreys daunce, from moreys Moorish (from More Moor) + daunce dance
First Known Use: 1512

Morris

biographical name Mor·ris \ˈmr-əs, ˈmär-\

Definition of MORRIS

Gou*ver*neur \ˌgə-və(r)-ˈnir\ 1752–1816 Am. statesman & diplomat

Morris

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Mark 1956– Am. choreographer

Morris

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Robert 1734–1806 Am. financier & statesman

Morris

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William 1834–1896 Eng. poet, artist, & socialist

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