Morinel Mor"i*nel`, n. [Cf. F. morinelle.] (Zo["o]l.) The dotterel. [1913 Webster]

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  • morinel — ˈmȯrəˌnel, ˈmär noun ( s) Etymology: New Latin morinellus, partly from Latin Morini, people inhabiting the part of Gaul nearest to Britain, partly from Greek mōros stupid; from its commonness in northern France and from its stupidity more at… …   Useful english dictionary

  • morinel — mor·i·nel …   English syllables

  • Morineau — Diminutif de Morin (voir Morin et Maury), le nom est surtout porté en Vendée. Autres diminutifs : Morinais (35, 22), Morinat (89, 58), Morinaud (17), Morinaux (44, 56), Morinel (63), Morinet (16, 61, 77), Moriniaux (35), Morinon (69), Morinot (18 …   Noms de famille

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