- n. A male given name.
- From Late Latin Mauricius, derived from Maurus ("Moor; dark, swarthy"). Popularized by a 3rd century Roman soldier martyr. (Wiktionary)
“It was enough that he’d hung the name Maurice on the kid, but it was something else that he continued to force the boy to play baseball.”
“I agree, Maurice is a great actor who has just been given really bad material for the past few years.”
“Michael Moorcock threw in Maurice Richardson, while I also brought the sometimes existentialist bizarreness of the Beats.”
“There's full frontal nudity in Maurice Sendak's _In the Night Kitchen_.”
“And while bringing in Maurice, he also moved Ron Francis behind the bench.”
“(And, don't forget the name Maurice Clemmons; Huckabee's opponents sure won't if he decides to run again.) * Huckabee has aligned himself closely with Bob Vander Plaats in Iowa, the man who ran unsuccessfully for governor earlier this month and unsuccessfully challenged former Gov.”
“Maurice is using Chaucer's language to reveal differences that separate his social world from everyday life in the nineteenth century.”
“Kushner wrote of those deeper anxieties, still tying them to Sendak's heritage: Maurice is a child of the Great Depression and of Jewish Depression, if I may generalise.”
“Defensive captain Maurice Crum was called for a flagrant pass interference, then three plays later on a late hit on the quarterback to keep a drive alive, although the Aztecs still didn't score.”
“Want to join Maurice's walk to hell and damnation?”
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Animated characters from cartoons of the Anglo-Saxon world from the beginnings to this day
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