from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A genus of trees, some species of which produce edible fruit; the mulberry. See mulberry.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A genus of dicotyledonous trees of the apetalous order Urticaccæ, type of the tribe Moreæ; the mulberries.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. type genus of the Moraceae: mulberries
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"A woman's sphere was her own home, that she should earn her own living was inimical to domestic happiness; it was almost contra bonus morus, which is a very serious thing indeed."
It is thought by some that "morus" has been derived from the Latin word _mora_, delay, as shown in a tardy expansion of the buds.
If it seems familiar to you, it makes it easier to jump into without saying hey lets make all spells be cast through a series of morus code since someone might yell it is a copy of something else.
The natives keep silkworms, which they feed on the Chykwar or Assam morus, which they cultivate.
It is recommended that the persons who shall reside in this asylum be employed in the cultivation of the mulberry-trees, (this was during the _morus multicaulis_ mania.) 3.
"Factus est sicut pannus vel morus nigerrimus, livoris totus plenus, nasus plenus, os amplissimum, lingua duplex in ore, que labia tota implebat, os apertum et adeo horribile quod nemo viderit unquam vel esse tale dixerit."
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Ælfric's "Vocabulary," "morus vel rubus, mor-beam," but it is doubtful whether that applies to the Mulberry or Blackberry, as in the same catalogue Blackberries are mentioned as "flavi vel mori, blace-berian."
The public conscience has for many years been utterly debauched by what were called fancy stocks, morus multicaulis, Western city enterprises, and New England developments.
It is thus: Hæc hoc morus multicaulis, a mensa et thoro, ruta baga centum.