[maw-rahn-dee] /mɔˈrɑn di/
[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)
noun 1. . noun 1. an aromatic shrub, Myrica gale, of marshes, having lance-shaped leaves and yellowish fruit. noun 1. a shrub, Myrica gale, of northern swamp regions, having yellow catkin-like flowers and aromatic leaves: family Myricaceae Also called bog myrtle Often shortened to gale
noun 1. a black, white, and yellow fish, Zanclus cornutus (or canescens), inhabiting the tropical Indian and Pacific oceans, having a long snout and an elongated dorsal fin. noun 1. a tropical marine spiny-finned fish, Zanclus canescens, that is common around coral reefs: family Zanclidae. It has a deeply compressed body with yellow and black […]
[moo r-luh nd, -land] /ˈmʊər lənd, -ˌlænd/ noun, Chiefly British. 1. an area of moors, especially country abounding in heather. /ˈmʊələnd; ˈmɔː-/ noun 1. (Brit) an area of moor n. Old English morlond; see moor (n.) + land (n.).