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Definition of the noun morion
What does morion mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: morions
- a metal helmet worn by common soldiers in the 16th century
Alternative definition of the noun morion
- A kind of open helmet used in the 16th and 17th centuries, having no visor or bever, and somewhat resembling a hat.
- A brown or black variety of quartz
Morion is an owned animal, pedigreed animal.
Phrases with Morion
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Phrases ending with the word Morion:
- Cixius Morion
- Cumella morion
- Tinotus morion
- Species Cixius Morion
- species Cumella morion
- species Tinotus morion
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in three parts. ... With notes by George Paxton
The male mandrake is called Morion, or folly, because it suspends the senses. It produces berries twice as large as those of the female, of a good scent, and of a colour approaching towards saffron. Its leaves arc large, white, broad, and ...
A Grand Exposition of India's Unique Philosophy and Practice of Yoga, which Swami Vivekananda Made for His American Disciples by Mahendra Kulasrestha
Behind this never-ending chain of morion is the Purusha, the impressions are merely reflected upon it, as a 196 ...
Compiler Design (2009)
Code Motion Code morion is a technique which moves the code outside the loop. Hence is the name. If there lies some expression in the loop whose result remains unchanged even after executing the loop for several times, then such an ...
Containing Original Essays; Historical Narratives; Biographical Memoirs; Manners and Customs; Topographical Descriptions; Sketches and Tales; Anecdotes; Select Extracts from New and Expensive Works; Poetry, and Original and Selected; the Spirit of the Public Journals; Discoveries in the Arts and Sciences; New Facts in Natural History, &c by Thomas Byerly, John Timbs
The Morion is a kind of open helmet, without visor or bever, somewhat resembling a hat; it was commonly worn by the harquebussiers and musqueteers . * This very curious manuscript is the property of Gustavus Brander, Esq. The Poč. The pot ...
Pittsburgh Legal Journal (1889)
Morion is an excellant illustration of the rule and of the principle on which it should beapplied. Afterdiscussing the English case, and the then comparatively recent stand made by Sir John Leach in Cripps v. Wolcott, 4 Madd. , 11, ...
The Morion. The Morion is a kind of open helmet, without visor or bever, somewhat resembling a hat ; it was commonly worn by the harque- bussiers and musqueteers.
Ethnopharmacology and Its Applications by Christian Rätsch
Mandragora morion nom. nud. The plant that is listed in the older literature under the name Mandragora morion is identical to a Mandragora species, to Atropa belladonna, or to some other species of nightshade (cf. Solanum spp., Withania ...
by Albert Huntington Chester
MORION. A popular name (used by lapidaries) from Pliny's mor- morion, 77, ...
by William Cobbett
Warwick Morion-oo the -Hill, Norfolk Morton, Lincoln Morion, Lincoln Morton, Lincoln Morton, York Morton, York York Morton, York Merva, Pembroke Mervah, Cornwall Morval, Cornwall Morrii,r Morrill, Salop Morwick, York Mosborough, Derby ...
Dictionarium Britannicum: Or a More Compleat Universal Etymological English Dictionary Than Any Extant ... (1730)
by Nathaniel Bailey
The Morion of Antipatby, is that where an unlike Body is driven away by its contrary. The Motion of Continuity, is that whereby matter follows matter, shunning discontinuity. The Morrow of Impulsion or Ceffon, is that whereby matter yields to ...
A Glossary and Etymological Dictionary of Obsolete and Uncommon Words, Antiquated Phrases and Proverbs Illustrative of Early English Literature (1834)
by William Toone
The ORDINARY, MoRION ( F.), ...
by Bartłomiej Beniowski
Mollify molify * MoLTEN maltn MoRION morion MoRIsco mari'ske MoRN morn MoRNING morning MoRose mora 326 M O C M O L.
Of Obsolete and Uncommon Words, Antiquated Phrases, and Proverbs Illustrative of Early English Literature, Comprising Chiefly Those Not to be Found in Our Ordinary Dictionaries; with Historical Notices of Ancient Customs and Manners by William Toone
by Walter W. Skeat, Walter William Skeat
morion. — Span, morrioii ; cf. Port. morriio, Ital. moriane, a morion. The word is Spanish, if we mayaccept the prob. dariva- tion from Span, morrd, the crown of the head. Cf. Span, mam, anything round; menu, a hillock. Perhaps from Basque ...
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- Morion Higaonna, Sanchin Explanation and Training
In his younger years, Sensei Morion Higaonna, explains Sanchin and training applications for the standardized Gojuryu Kata. A presentation from the 'All ...
- Morion Meaning
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Scrabble value of M3O1R1I1O1N1
The value of this 6-letter word is 8 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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