A.“ἕρματα . . τρίγληνα μορόεντα” Il.14.183, Od.18.298; expld. by Hsch., and Eust.976.40, as wrought with much pains (cf. μορέω), in which sense it is used of τεύχη, Q.S. 1.152; by Apollon.Lex. as ἀθάνατα, μόρου μὴ μετέχοντα; perh. from μόρον, clustering like mulberries.
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μον-ώτης - μορτοβάτη
μορόεις , εσσα, εν, epith. of ear-rings,