Mori


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Mori is a Japanese and Italian surname. In Japanese, Mori may also be a given name. It is also the name of two clans in Japan, and one in India.

Italian persons named Mori

Japanese persons named Mori

There are two names, Mori 森, [moɽi] and Mōri 毛利, [moːɽi].

Other people named Mori

  • Móri, Icelandic rapper
  • Camilo Mori, Chilean painter
  • Damian Mori, Italian-Australian football player
  • Michael Mori, U.S. military lawyer
  • J. Mori Johnson, U.S. medical association director
  • Rogelio Funes Mori, Argentine football player

Fictional Moris

  • Ai Mori in The Law of Ueki
  • Kogoro Mori (Richard Moore), character in Detective Conan/Case Closed
  • Takashi "Mori" Morinozuka, character in Ouran High School Host Club
  • Ran Mori (Rachel Moore), character in Detective Conan/Case Closed
  • Shin Mōri (Cye Mouri), character in Yoroiden Samurai Troopers/Ronin Warriors
  • Yorick Mori, character in the online multiplayer game League of Legends

Mori in foreign languages

  • Mori (?) is a Japanese word for forest
  • In Latin, mori means death. In modern Italian, mori may also derive from Latin maurus that means "dark skinned".
    • Memento mori, artistic creations to remind people of their own mortality, Latin for "Remember that you are mortal," "Remember you will die," or "Remember your death"
  • mori, is a horse in mongolian, the last i vowel is not pronounced.

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See also

  • Moori (disambiguation)
  • Māori, the indigenous people of New Zealand

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