One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The state or quality of being morose; morose character or disposition. Formerly also (chiefly in the 17th cent.): †an instance of moroseness (obsolete).
Mid 16th century. From Middle French, French morosité moroseness, an instance of this and its etymon classical Latin mōrōsitās moroseness from mōrōsus + -tās.
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