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Morini

[maw-ree-nee]
noun
  1. Erika,1906–1995, U.S. violinist, born in Austria.
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Historical Examples of morini

  • "I will accompany you part of the way," said Morini, rising.

    Lord Montagu's Page

    G. P. R. James

  • The brothers Morini shortly afterwards wrote the Life of the Saint.

  • Below the Hedui are situated the Durotriges, who are sometimes called Morini.

  • Môr, in Morini, is neither more nor less than the Latin word mare.

  • The Durotriges, too, or people of Dor-set, are stated by the same authority to have been called Morini.