A Celtic adjective, meaning ‘great,’ used as a component in personal and place names: as, Can-more, ‘great head,’ Strathmore, ‘great strath.’
An abbreviation of Morocco.(noun)
The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)
Use "mor" in a sentence
"When they have ascertained that the by-yu has been immersed in water for a sufficient time they dig, in a dry sandy place, holes which they call mor-dak; these holes are about the depth that a person's arms can reach, and one foot in diameter; they line them with rushes and fill them up with the nuts, over which they sprinkle a little sand, and then cover the holes nicely over with the tops of the grass-tree; in about a fortnight the pulp which encases the nut becomes quite dry, and it is then fit to eat, but if eaten before that it produces the effects already described."
"Shi bobilin mor aige; Ach do fuar Se ba Agus bhi se marbh ansin: will be sung in Gaelic and unlikely to be understood by anybody other than the Irish Ambassador, who is already fully familiar with the song."
"Some envelopes contain mor e than just a photo of the purchase and it'sreceipt."