THE GREATNESS OF THE MOORS
#Heir ('ar) n. (#1) Law. A person who inherits or is entitled by law or by the terms of a will to inherit the estate of another. (#2) A person who succeeds or is in line to succeed to the hereditary rank, title, or office. (#3) One who receives or is expected to receive a heritage, as of ideas, from a predecessor. [Middle English "(h)eir," "(h)Air," from Old French "(h)eir," from Latin "heres." See ghe- in Appendix.*] #Heir #Apparent pl. Heirs apparent. Law. An heir whose right to inheritance is indefeasible by law, provided he survives his ancestor.
#Moor (moor) n. (#1) One of a Moslem people of mixed Berber and Arab descent, now living chiefly in northern Africa. (#2) One of the Saracens who inhabited Spain in the eighth century A.D. [Middle English "More," from Old French, from Latin "Maurus," from Greek "Mauros," probably of North African origin]
#Moorish (moor'ish) adj. Of or characteristics of the Moors or their culture: Moorish Architecture
#Mooring (moor'ing) n. (#1) Equipment, such as anchors, chains, or lines, for holding fast a vessel or aircraft. (#2) The act of securing a vessel or aircraft. (#3) A place at which a vessel or aircraft can be moored. (#4) Usually plural. Elements providing stability or security: lost his emotional moorings at the trial
#Morisco (meris'ko') n., pl. -cos or -coes. A Spanish Moor. ---adj. Moorish. said of style and architecture. [Spanish, from Moro, Moor from Latin "Maurus," Moor.] 🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦 🏆🏆🏆🔥🔥🔥