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Morris, 1) == morrisdance, q. v.: “as fit as a m. for Mayday,” All's II, 2, 25. 2) the nine men's m., "a game called also the nine men's merrils, from merelles or mereaux, an ancient French word for the jettons or counters with which it was played" (Douce): Mids. II, 1, 98.*
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