from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The Mori succus of the British Pharmacopœia; the juice of the ripe fruit of Morus nigra: used in medicine as a refreshing, slightly laxative drink.
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(M.H.G. “moraz”) from late Latin “moratum”, mulberry wine, is a beverage composed of honey flavored with mulberry-juice.