Norroy

noun Nor·roy \ˈnäˌrȯi\

Definition of Norroy

plural

-s

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Origin and Etymology of norroy

Middle English norrey, probably from Middle French nord north (from Old French, from Old English north) + rey, roy king, from Latin reg-, rex — more at north, royal


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