morris

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noun mor·ris \ˈmȯr-əs, ˈmär-\

Definition of morris

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

Origin and Etymology of morris

Middle English moreys daunce, from moreys Moorish (from More Moor) + daunce dance


Morris

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

Definition of Morris

  1. Gou*ver*neurplay \ˌgə-və(r)-ˈnir\ 1752–1816 American statesman and diplomat


Morris

biographical name mor·ris

Definition of Morris

  1. Mark 1956–     American choreographer


Morris

biographical name mor·ris

Definition of Morris

  1. Robert 1734–1806 American financier and statesman


Morris

biographical name mor·ris

Definition of Morris

  1. William 1834–1896 English poet, artist, and socialist


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