- morn (n.)
- contracted from Middle English morwen, from Old English (Mercian) margen (dative marne), earlier morgen (dative morgne) "morning, forenoon, sunrise," from Proto-Germanic *murgana- "morning" (cognates: Old Saxon morgan, Old Frisian morgen, Middle Dutch morghen, Dutch morgen, Old High German morgan, German Morgen, Gothic maurgins), from PIE *merk-, perhaps from root *mer- "to blink, twinkle" (source of Lithuanian mirgeti "to blink").
- 1. How the rosy blush of morn began to mantle in the east.
- 2. Behind a foggy morn. There will still possibly be a bright day.
- 一个多雾的早晨, 仍可能有一个晴朗的白天.
- 3. I go to school early. In the morn, Ing.
- 4. The eye of the storm wanna cry in the morn, oh oh.
- 暴风肆虐后的场景在清晨让你哭泣, 噢噢.
- 5. The sunshine of morn in Shenzhen University is always so fascinating.
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