Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A yellow coloring matter obtained from fustic, Chlorophora tinctoria.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Chem.) A yellow crystalline substance (C15H10O7) of acid properties extracted from fustic (Chlorophora tinctoria syn. Maclura tinctoria, formerly called
Morus tinctoria); -- called also moric acidand natural yellow 8. It is used as a dye for wool, giving a color from lemon yellow through olive to olive brown, depending on the metal with which it is mordanted.
“The obvious comparison is with those excellent Beijing-based Mongolian folk-rockers Hanggai, but Anda Union take a more traditional, acoustic approach, matching their sometimes growled and eerie throat singing techniques against morin khuur horse head fiddles, flute and Mongolian percussion – and with no guitars or keyboards.”
“Founded in the early aughts, the crew strikes up a chemistry of rock 'n' roll and Central Asian folk, fusing morin khuur (a horsehair fiddle) and tobshuur (lute) with electrics.”
“Specially wen der little pitty paws iz cowld walkin across yu at un unholy tyme in da morin!”
“I love Celtic beats and taiko, foot-tapping American fiddles and morin khuur.”
“January 2, 2008 at 7:59 am thx janet- i iz 2 stoopy dis morin!”
“Photo by stefaroo morin, whose photos can be found at flickr.com.”
“May 12th, 2006 at 3:47 pm another interesting note about the morin poll is that the front page of the wapo has had a screaming headling: Majority Supports NSA Phone Record Database. it has not changed all day long which is very unusual.”
“May 12th, 2006 at 4:16 pm the bizzarre aspect of republican cultists like morin is why they do it unquestioningly and unfailingly support the bushliar-criminal regime.”
“A good many on 'em owns morin 'two hundred, an' its money; it's whar de living comes from.”
“Carolyn Kuan, featured traditional Chinese and Western music with performances by violinist Ray Chen and Mongolian musician Li Bo , the world's foremost morin khuur horsehair fiddle artist.”
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A colorhouse - a manufactory of colors for tints, dyes, pigments, paints, glazes, &c. Terms associated with the science and history of colormaking.
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