According to the Daily Mirror, William is keen to transfer to RAF Lossiemouth, moray, in 2013.
In another stand the old houses of the Earls of Gosford and moray.
I was thinking,” said moray gravely, “of how long it would be before it is day.
May not moray have told Lennox what he told de Silva, and even more copiously?
The return by the east coast was through the counties of moray and Banff to Aberdeen.
This lady succeeded to the estates and titles of her brother, John Randolph, 3rd earl of moray.
Possibly the trumpet-blowing angels did call him moray, or some better name.
Monsieur, having me alone at last, said to me, "I have kept my word as to the little boast: this Captain moray still lives."
moray, who had no heart to hunt for his mother, left the next day by the steamer.
The drawing-room in moray Place seemed in the partial gloom very large and lofty.
1620s, from Portuguese moreia, from Latin muraena "sea eel, lamprey," from Greek smyraina, from smyros "sea eel."