Lexicon: more – mortality

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more, adv. [see more, adj.]

  1. Greater; enhanced degree of; larger measure of.
  2. Again; further; additionally.
  3. To a greater degree.

more, n. [see more, adj.]

Extra; anything else; special effort; a greater amount.

morn (-s), n. [OE morgen; see morning, n.]

  1. Early hours of daylight; first part of the day; poetic shortening of the word “morning.”
  2. Daybreak; dawn; the beginning of the morning.
  3. [Fig.] first or early part of something.
  4. [Fig.] resurrection; renewal; rebirth.
  5. [Fig.] end of pain or darkness; relief.

morn'g, n. [see morning, n.]

morning, adj. [see morning, n.]

  1. Early; pertaining to the first part of the day.
  2. Phrase. “Morning Glory”: flowering plant with blossoms that bloom for only one day but are replaced with new blooms the next day; [fig.] new life; the resplendence of the resurrection.

morning (-s, -'s, morn, morn'g), n. [OE morgen.] (webplay: break of day, breakfast, day, dew, gown, life, light, noon, peace, publish, roses, star, sunrise).

  1. Resurrection; renewal; rebirth.
  2. Joy; end to grief and darkness; (see Psalm 30:5).
  3. Early hours of daylight; first part of the day.
  4. Sunshine; warm season; [fig.] youth; time of fresh creativity.
  5. Daybreak; dawn; time of sunrise.
  6. Time period; next day; [word play on “mourning”] grieving time; period of sorrow.
  7. Dawn; new day.

morsel, n. [OFr.]

Small meal.

mortal, adj. [OFr.]

  1. Subject to death.
  2. Pertaining to living human beings on earth, as opposed to a Heavenly state after death.
  3. Of or pertaining to death.
  4. Human; belonging to the flesh.
  5. Deadly.
  6. Extreme.
  7. Finite; describing a state of not being eternal.

mortal, n. [see mortal, adj.]

  1. Necessity of death upon the human body.
  2. Human being.

mortality, n. [Fr.]

  1. Pertaining to life on earth.
  2. Death.
  3. Nature of human kind.