morris (plural morrises)

  1. (weapons) A type of pike.
    • 1786, Francis Grose, A Treatise on Ancient Armour and Weapons, page 49.:
      Another kind of pike called a morris, that is a Moorish pike, was much in fashion about the reigns of Henry VIII. and Elizabeth.
  2. A morris dance.

morris (morrises, present participle morrising; past and past participle morrised)

  1. To perform morris dancing.

morris (plural morrises)

  1. A marine fish with a very slender, flat, transparent body, now generally believed to be the young of the conger eel or some allied fish.

  • (GA) IPA: /ˈmɔɹɪs/
  • (RP) IPA: /ˈmɒɹɪs/
  • (NYC) IPA: /ˈmɑɹɪs/
Proper noun
  1. A male given name, a medieval form of Maurice.
  2. Surname
  3. Surname, an anglicization of Ó Muirghis ("descendant of Maurice").
  4. Surname, an anglicization of Meurig ("Maurice").
  5. A male given name.
  6. A city/county seat in Grundy County, Illinois.
  7. A city/county seat in Stevens County, Minnesota.cln en
  8. A town in Manitoba, ;.
  9. A town in Alabama, ;.
  10. A city in Oklahoma.
  11. A town in Wisconsin.
  12. A town in Connecticut, ;.
  13. An unincorporated community in Georgia, US.
  14. An unincorporated community in Indiana.
  15. A town/and/village in New York, ;.
  16. An unincorporated community in Pennsylvania.
  17. An unincorporated community in Nicholas County, West Virginia.
  18. A ghost town in Kanawha County, West Virginia.
  19. A type of folk dance originating in England.c en
    Synonyms: morris dance
  20. A former make of British motor car.c en

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