Môr, in Morini, is neither more nor less than the Latin word mare.
"I will accompany you part of the way," said Morini, rising.
St. Victoricus was the great missionary of the Morini, at the end of the fourth century.
The brothers Morini shortly afterwards wrote the Life of the Saint.
Indeed, Morini, who undoubtedly led, did not suffer it to rest long upon any subject.
Below the Hedui are situated the Durotriges, who are sometimes called Morini.
"The very same day, your Eminence sees," replied Morini, with an air of triumph.
Now, this Commius was first conquered by Cæsar, and afterwards set up as a king over the Morini.
Still, under the reign of Augustus, in 724 and 726, there were triumphs over the Morini.
The Durotriges, too, or people of Dor-set, are stated by the same authority to have been called Morini.