morning, morn, morning time, forenoon(noun)
the time period between dawn and noon
"I spent the morning running errands"
Origin: mōrn, morwen, from morgen, from murginaz (compare West Frisian moarn, Dutch morgen, Norwegian morgon), from pre-Germanic , , from mr̥Hko (compare Welsh bore ‘morning’, Lithuanian mérkti ‘to blink, twinkle’, Skt ‘ray of light’), from ‘to shimmer, glisten’ (compare Greek μέρα ‘morning’).
the first part of the day; the morning; -- used chiefly in poetry
Origin: [OE. morwen, morgen, AS. morgen; akin to D. morgen, OS. morgan, G. morgen, Icel. morginn, morgunn, Sw. morgon, Dan. morgen, Goth. margins. Cf. Morrow, Morning.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
morn, n. the first part of the day: morning.—The morn (Scot.), to-morrow; The morn's morning, to-morrow morning. [M. E. morwen—A.S. morgen; Ger. morgen.]
The numerical value of MORN in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of MORN in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
There never was night that had no morn.
Why destroy this Morn, by a Past that is dead & Gone and a Future not yet Born!-RVM
There rise her timeless capitals of empires daily born, whose plinths are laid at midnight and whose streets are packed at morn; and here come tired youths and maids that feign to love or sin in tones like rusty razor blades to tunes like smitten tin.
No sun - no moon! No morn - no noon -
No dawn - no dusk - no proper time of day.
No warmth, no cheerfulness, no healthful ease,
No comfortable feel in any member -
No shade, no shine, no butterflies, no bees,
No fruits, no flowers, no leaves, no birds,
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