Definition of Morras
1. morra [n] - See also: morra
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Literary usage of Morras
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Newspapers and Periodicals of Illinois, 1814-1879 by Frank William Scott, Edmund Janes James (1910)
"F AGE OF STEAM, April 9, 1854-1855+: Apparently established by HPH Bromwell, it was by the seventh number published by morras and Russell, with WP morras as ..."
2. Pen Pictures of Representative Men of Oregon by Frank E. Hodgkin, J. J. Galvin (1882)
"WILLIAM morras. This gentleman is a valuable member of the present House. ... Mr. morras is one of the men who has been exceedingly cautious in the matter ..."
3. The History of Ireland, Ancient and Modern by [James] MacGeoghegan (1844)
"Whilst the lords of the English province were regulating their affairs of state, the Irish were making incursions on their lands : the O'morras and ..."
4. A List of the Lancashire Wills Proved Within the Archdeaconry of Richmond by Henry Fishwick, Somerset House (1884)
"... morras, | George, of Bardsey, F 1680 Morehouse, alias Dodgson, Richard, ... L Admon 1666 morras or ),-, r -njT? Morehouse, I George, of Bardsey, ..."
5. La démocratie libérale by Thomas Hodgkin, Etienne Vacherot (1896)
"... the mouth of which they are now passing, leads up to Urbino, thirteen miles off, and that morras with his 2000 Goths holds that place for ..."