One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- literary term for morning
- ‘This morn came, no change, still windy, grey with rough seas!’
- ‘The party is expected to carry into the not-so-wee hours of the morn, perhaps as late as 6 a.m.’
- ‘When this horizon paled, far-torn from light, with feeble hope of dawn your gaze alone could wake the morn.’
- ‘Anyway, its after one o'clock in the morn, so I'm going to turn in.’
- ‘I have a radio interview in the early morn, so I have to go to bed early.’
Old English morgen, of Germanic origin.
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