- morse taper,
- morse, jedidiah,
- morse, samuel f. b.,
- morse, samuel finley breese,
- mortal mind,
- mortal sin,
- mortal sin/venial sin
Origin of mort1
Origin of mort2
noun British Dialect.
Origin of mort3
à la mort
Origin of à la mort
Examples from the Web for mort
There are the Sulzbergers, the Murdochs, Mort Zuckerman, Mike Bloomberg, S.I. Newhouse, a few others.Operation: Stop Bruce Karsh From Selling Tribune to the Koch Brothers|David Freedlander|June 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Mort, who Kelly says she only communicated with once, may have difficulty getting rights and clearances for the songs.Will ‘Avatar’ Actress Zoe Saldana Play Legendary Singer Nina Simone?|Karu F. Daniels|August 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Real-estate developer Mort Zuckerman became a player by buying New York's Daily News.Why Warren Buffett Still Buys Newspapers as the Industry Sinks|Howard Kurtz|June 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Joe Pyne was the first, and Mort saw Pyne do that act and emulated it.‘Evocateur: The Morton Downey Jr. Movie’: The Pundit’s Rise and Fall|Marlow Stern|April 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
“Everywhere he put his foot down, he left a monstrous footprint,” his friend Mort Janklow said of him last night.
He felt the strength in his lean muscles, and sneered at the thought that Mort should be deceived.
I never did like school as Esther and Mort and some of the others do.Wheat and Huckleberries|Charlotte Marion (White) Vaile
Mort, I was never more alert in my life, and I know he didn't move out of his chair.The Tyranny of the Dark|Hamlin Garland
Yuma had been almost antagonistic when she had met him beside Mort's fallen body.
Mort would have squealed his yellow head off to avoid bein' hanged.
Word Origin for mort
Word Origin for mort
"girl, woman" (especially one of loose morals), 1560s, canting jargon, of unknown origin.
note sounded on a horn at the death of the quarry, c.1500, from French mort "dead," from Latin mortem (source of Spanish muerte, Italian morte), accusative of mors "death" (see mortal (adj.)). Or from French mort "dead," from Vulgar Latin *mortus, from Latin mortuus.