Origin of morion1
Definition for morion (2 of 2)
Origin of morion2
Examples from the Web for morion
He took off his coat of mail and his morion, but kept his sword in his hand.Epic and Romance|W. P. Ker
Morion, it is well known, is an open helmet, but it doesn't follow from that that the Hunt Cup is an open event.
There is a light leather helmet of the morion type, dated sixteenth century, in the Zeughaus at Berlin.Armour & Weapons|Charles John Ffoulkes
In a second I was after him and plunged through the bushes guided by the gleam of his morion.
We saw one of the officers take off his morion and throw it into the air with a shout of joy.