moraine

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From French moraine, from Savoyard Italian morena, from Franco-Provençal mor, morre (muzzle, snout), from Vulgar Latin *murrum. Compare morion.

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moraine (plural moraines)

  1. An accumulation of rocks and debris carried and deposited by a glacier.

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Savoyard Italian morena, from Franco-Provençal mor, morre (muzzle, snout), from Vulgar Latin *murrum.

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moraine f

  1. moraine

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