Definition of morat in English:

morat

noun

historical, archaic
  • A drink made of honey and flavoured with mulberries.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in Samuel Turner (1759–1802), army officer in the East India Company and diplomatist. From post-classical Latin moratum from classical Latin mōrum mulberry + -ātum.

Pronunciation

morat

/ˈmɔːrət/