a small quantity of anything
"a morsel of paper was all he needed"
morsel, bit, bite(noun)
a small amount of solid food; a mouthful
"all they had left was a bit of bread"
A small fragment or share of something, commonly applied to food.
A very small amount.
Origin: From morsel, from morsel, from morsellum, diminutive. of morsum, neuter of morsus, past participle of mordere. Compare French morceau.
a little bite or bit of food
a small quantity; a little piece; a fragment
Origin: [OF. morsel, F. morceau, LL. morsellus, a dim. fr. L. morsus a biting, bite, fr. mordere to bite; prob. akin to E. smart. See Smart, and cf. Morceau, Mordant, Muse, v., Muzzle, n.]
Morsel is an indie rock ensemble that was founded in Ann Arbor, Michigan and features Miriam Cabrera, Be Hussey, John Vorus, Jason Burbo, and Joshua Pardon.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
mor′sel, n. a bite or mouthful: a small piece of food: a small quantity of anything which is divided.—ns. Mor′sūre, the act of biting; Mor′sus, a bite. [O. Fr. morsel (Fr. morceau, It. morsello), dim. from L. morsus—mordēre, morsum, to bite.]
The numerical value of morsel in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of morsel in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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