morn

noun
\ˈmȯrn \

Definition of morn 

1 : dawn

2 : morning

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Examples of morn in a Sentence

my herald of the morn is my cat, sticking his paw in my face to wake me up so, how are you this lovely morn?

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Media: Buzz 60 Winning tickets None Next jackpot 3/28 $19.25 Pick 3 morn.: 3/24 0-3-4 Sum: 7 Pick 3 day: 4-4-6 Sum: 14 Pick 3 even. Texas Lottery Commission, Houston Chronicle, "Winning numbers for March 24, 2018," 24 Mar. 2018 ForgeRock provides identity management services for customers such as investment manager Morningstar (morn, -0.19%), telecom firm Vodafone (vod, -0.60%), and insurer Geico as well as the governments of Norway, New Zealand, and Belgium. Robert Hackett, Fortune, "ForgeRock Raises $88 Million Ahead of Planned IPO," 5 Sep. 2017 After hearing his alarm sound on Sunday morn, a Lake Wales couple spotted a nude dude, later identified as Matthew Gamwell, standing near their home with his junk exposed, cops said, reports WFLA NBC News-8 in Tampa. Barbara Hijek, Sun-Sentinel.com, "Lost naked man tried to break into couple's home, cops say," 27 June 2017 Hip-hop star Lil Jon and reggaeton star Don Omar will be a part of entertainment festivities for the upcoming All-Star Game Week in Miami, Major League Baseball announced Wednesday morn ing. Greg Cote, miamiherald, "Hip-hop’s Lil Jon, reggaeton’s Don Omar join Miami All-Star Game lineup," 21 June 2017 In the wee hours of the morn, Emanuel Guadalupe flagged down a patrol car in Vero Beach, asking officers for a ride home, records show, reports the Sebastian Daily. Barbara Hijek, Sun-Sentinel.com, "Man flagged officers for ride home, got ride to jail instead, deputies say," 5 June 2017

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First Known Use of morn

before the 12th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for morn

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

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