Ye dinna stir a fit till the morrow's morn, and then ye can get a ride wi' our John as far as Netherby, at ony rate.
I never loved her, as I said at the first: but that morn I felt sorry for her.
After which, our two knights debated going on their journey or tarrying where they were until the morn.
At first she thought he was with Chew-chew, but Chew-chew had not seen him since morn.
"And we shall be at Thirlestane the morn," answered Margaret.
Matters will look more hopeful, both to you and to me, the morn.
A lamp within had been extinguished, and the house of life shone blank in a winter morn.
I heard this morn, fair sister, of a thing which did much trouble me.
A mocking-thrush he is, indeed, for he mimics his own song from morn till night in all the thickets and pasture-lands.
Who would stay in bed if they knew what the dawn is like on such a morn as this!
contracted from Middle English morwen, from Old English (Mercian) margen (dative marne), earlier morgen (dative morgne) "morning, forenoon, sunrise," from Proto-Germanic *murgana- "morning" (cf. 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" (cf. Lithuanian mirgeti "to blink").