morrow

[ mawr-oh, mor-oh ]
/ ˈmɔr oʊ, ˈmɒr oʊ /

noun

Literary.
  1. tomorrow.
  2. the next day.
Archaic. the morning.

Origin of morrow

1225–75; Middle English morwe, variant of morwen, Old English morgen morning. See morn

Definition for morrow (2 of 2)

Morrow

[ mawr-oh, mor-oh ]
/ ˈmɔr oʊ, ˈmɒr oʊ /

noun

Hon·o·ré Will·sie [on-uh-rey wil-see, on-uh-rey] /ˈɒn əˌreɪ ˈwɪl si, ˌɒn əˈreɪ/, 1880–1940, U.S. novelist.
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British Dictionary definitions for morrow

morrow

/ (ˈmɒrəʊ) /

noun the morrow archaic, or poetic

the next day
the period following a specified event
the morning

Word Origin for morrow

C13 morwe, from Old English morgen morning; see morn
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Word Origin and History for morrow

morrow


n.

mid-13c., morewe-; c.1300, morwe, shortened variation of morewen "morrow" (see morn).

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