from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Anciently, in Scotland, a royal steward of high dignity and power, placed over a province instead of a thanage. After the introduction of feudalism the maor-mors became earls. Also written
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Finleac or Finlay MacRuari, maormor of Moray; fought earl Sigurd at Skidamyre;
Macbeth also supposed son of his sister; policy in Caith. and Orkney; death; kinsman, Moldan, maormor of Caith.