Origin of moron
Related formsmo·ron·ic [muh-ron-ik] /məˈrɒn ɪk/, adjectivemo·ron·i·cal·ly, adverbmo·ron·ism, mo·ron·i·ty [muh-ron-i-tee] /məˈrɒn ɪ ti/, noun
Definition for moron (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for moron
Nevertheless, we were obliged to open our ranks to rescue the mare and Moron whom they were already dragging off half dead.
Moron and Bagac on the opposite coast each report more than a hundred.Negritos of Zambales|William Allan Reed
Moron, who was a native of Vaimo, had a small horse which was pretty well trained.
The total distance from Utrera to Moron is about sixteen miles.
Moron val, who looked on, shrugged his shoulders, with a glance at his wife.Jack|Alphonse Daudet