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murrey

murrey

noun mur·rey \ˈmər-ē, ˈmə-rē\

Definition of MURREY

:  a purplish black :  mulberry

Origin of MURREY

Middle English, from Anglo-French muré, from Medieval Latin moratum, from neuter of moratus mulberry colored, from Latin morum mulberry — more at mulberry
First Known Use: 15th century

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