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Definition of Morglay

Morglay
Morglay Mor"glay, n. [Cf. Claymore.] A sword. [Obs.] --Beau. & Fl.

Meaning of Morglay from wikipedia

- Murglaie - sword of Boeve de Haumtone; better known as Morglay of Bevis of Hampton. Note that "Morglay" has been given the etymology morte "death" + "glaive"...
- Morglay, and finally Sir Tyrant Thrift; each man falls victim to his greed and folly. The Elder Pallatine is locked in a trunk for hours; Sir Morglay...
- 1885: The Child of the Mist 1886: St Mirin 1887: Timothy 1888: Sheen 1889: Morglay 1890: Battle-axe 1891: St Simon of the Rock 1892: Llanthony 1893: Phocion...
- sword 1.75 metres long said to have been his wonderful sword Morgelai, or Morglay. Until the 19th century the parish church of Bosham could show a huge pole...
- Gatien 1885: Thebais 1886: Bird of Freedom 1887: Quilp 1888: Exmoor 1889: Morglay 1890: Tyrant 1891: Mons Meg 1892: Martagon 1893: Convent 1894: Quaesitum...
- James Noke. The first character to which Underhill's name appears is Sir Morglay Thwack in D'Avenant's comedy The Wits, revived, with alterations, at Lincoln's...
- during an air raid in Plymouth ST Minas 1920–1931 ST Ascupart 1922–1927 ST Morglay 1922–1927 TSST Canute 1923–1965 TSST Clausentum 1926–1966 TSS T/T Calshot...
- fee of 10 guineas. The best of his offspring was probably the black colt Morglay, who won the Ascot Derby and the Queen's Vase at Royal Ascot in 1889, although...
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