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mort

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noun \ˈmȯrt\

Definition of mort

  1. 1 :  a note sounded on a hunting horn when a deer is killed

  2. 2 :  killing 1



Origin and Etymology of mort

probably alteration of Middle English mot horn note, from Anglo-French, word, horn note — more at mot


First Known Use: circa 1500


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mort

noun

Definition of mort

  1. :  a great quantity or number



Origin and Etymology of mort

perhaps back-formation from 1mortal


First Known Use: 1694


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