Definition of Morisk. Meaning of Morisk. Synonyms of Morisk

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Definition of Morisk

Morisk
Morisk Mo"risk, n. Same as Morisco.

Meaning of Morisk from wikipedia

- and Open Morris. The name is first recorded in the mid-15th century as Morisk dance, moreys daunce, morisse daunce, i.e. "Moorish dance". The term entered...
- Joseph O'Donnell Sr. or José O'Donnell y Donnell (Morisk,[where?] Tuam, 20 December 1722 – 1787) was an Irish-Spanish general and Colonel of the Spanish...
- friars apparently later returned; Leithearwmursge; Muirisce; Morasque; Morisk Murrisk Friaryerroneously purported Franciscan Friars, Third Order Regular...
- regimiento infantería de Irlanda, nació el 20 de Diciembre de 1722, en Morisk, feligresía de Angluvall, diócesis de Tuam, ..." Encyclopædia Britannica...
- Coranto I, Coranto II, Walsingham; John Bull: Coranto; Anon.: The King's Morisk; John Bull: The Duchess of Brunswick's Toy; Tobias Hume: Musical Humors:...
- piece in the collection Drexel 5612, where it is also anonymous. The Kinges Morisk The Lordes Mask The Irish Dance New Noddie Old Noddie Ages of Youth The...
- Kilmore and Archbishop of Armagh. He was eldest son of John O'Garvey of Morisk, County Mayo, but was born in County Kilkenny. He was educated at the University...
- friars apparently later returned; Leithearwmursge; Muirisce; Morasque; Morisk 53°46′55″N 9°38′22″W / 53.781975°N 9.639491°W / 53.781975; -9.639491...
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