genus of mulberry trees, from Latin morus "mulberry tree."
It was then the Pelopon 217nesus lost its old name, and was called the Morea, from the Latin name for "mulberry," morus.
In Japan the material employed is the bark of the morus papifera sativa.
For what other evidence had been produced besides morus's own word?
Mexico is the country of the morus tinctoria and the Hmatoxylon Campechianum.
It represents morus as very ill in Florence and thinking himself dying.
A variety, under the name of the Russian mulberry, morus alba var.
Farther, in the Fides Publica, published some months afterwards, morus was still almost chivalrously reticent.
From the Piedmontese Massacre we have now to revert to morus.
Even Ulac in 1654, as we have seen, while declaring that morus was not the author, could not tell who else he was.
Fustic, the wood of a tree which grows in the West Indies, called morus tinctoria.