Emotional or psychological backing, as opposed to material help. For example, There’s not much I can do at the doctor’s office, but I’ll come with you to give you moral support. [ Late 1800s ]
noun 1. the branch of theology dealing with principles of moral conduct. noun 1. the branch of theology dealing with ethics
noun 1. conduct that is regarded as immoral. 2. an instance of such conduct. noun evil character, lack of integrity
[maw-rahn-dee] /mɔˈrɑn di/ noun 1. Giorgio [jawr-jaw] /ˈdʒɔr dʒɔ/ (Show IPA), 1890–1964, Italian painter.
/ˈmɔːrə/ noun 1. Loch Morar, a lake in W Scotland, in the SW Highlands: the deepest in Scotland Length: 18 km (11 miles). Depth: 296 m (987 ft)