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MORE

Name MORE

Between 1984 and 2018 there were 4 births of More in the countries below, which represents an average of 0 birth of children bearing the first name More per year on average throughout this period.
On the last available year for each country, we count 1 birth.

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En Français Prénom More   
In Italiano Nome More   


Information about the first name More

The first name More has been assigned to:
50.00% to boys
50.00% to girls
The country where the first name More is the most common is:
IT Italy
This first name is on trend: Both (Unisex)
This first name has 4 letters including 2 vowels and 2 consonants

Anagrams of the first name More

An anagram is a word that contains the same letters of another word. Here is the list of first names which are an anagram of More : Emor, Ermo, Erom, Mero, Omer, Ömer, Orme, Remo, Rémo, Roem, Rome

Anacyclics of the first name More

An anacyclic is a word or phrase that can be read in the normal sense of reading or in the opposite direction. Here is the list of names that are anonymous of the given name More: Erom

More in Japanese *

Romajimoa
Katakanaモア
Hiraganaもあ
* This is a phonetic conversion, not a translation.
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Origin and meaning of name More

US English
Etymology src :
  • This etymology is incomplete. You can help Wiktionary by elaborating on the origins of this term.
Etymology src :
  • From Middle English more, from Old English māra (“more”), from Proto-Germanic *maizô (“more”), from Proto-Indo-European *mē- (“many”).
  • Cognate with Scots mair (“more”), Saterland Frisian moor (“more”), West Frisian mear (“more”), Dutch meer (“more”), Low German mehr (“more”), German mehr (“more”), Danish mere (“more”), Swedish mera (“more”), Norwegian Bokmål mer (“more”), Norwegian Nynorsk meir (“more”), Icelandic meiri, meira (“more”).
Etymology src :
  • From Middle English more, moore (“carrot, parsnip”) from Old English more, moru (“carrot, parsnip”) from Proto-West Germanic *morhā, from Proto-Germanic *murhǭ (“carrot”), from Proto-Indo-European *mork- (“edible herb, tuber”).
  • Akin to Old Saxon moraha (“carrot”), Old High German morha, moraha (“root of a plant or tree”) (German Möhre (“carrot”), Morchel (“mushroom, morel”)). More at morel.
Etymology src :
  • From Middle English moren, from the noun. See above.
Etymology (Adverb) src :
  • more (not comparable)
  • To a greater degree or extent. [from 10thc.]
  • Used to form the comparative form of adjectives and adverbs. [from 13thc.]
  • (now poetic) In negative constructions: any further, any longer; any more. [from 10thc.]
  • Than was there pees betwyxte thys erle and thys Aguaurs, and grete surete that the erle sholde never warre agaynste hym more.
  • (now dialectal, humorous or proscribed) Used in addition to an inflected comparative form. [from 13thc.; standard until 18thc.]
Etymology (Alternative forms) src :
  • Mòoré
  • Mooré
  • Moré
  • Moshi
  • Mossi
  • Moore
Etymology (Alternative forms) src :
  • (informal or nonstandard) mo, mo'
  • (Internet slang) moar
Etymology (Determiner) src :
  • more
  • comparative degree of many: in greater number. (Used for a discrete quantity.)
  • comparative degree of much: in greater quantity, amount, or proportion. (Used for a continuous quantity.)
  • Additional; further.
  • If you run out, there are more bandages in the first aid cupboard.
  • Bigger, stronger, or more valuable.
  • He is more than the ten years he spent behind bars at our local prison, as he is a changed man and his past does not define him.
Etymology (Pronoun) src :
  • more
  • A greater number or quantity (of something).
  • We're running out of napkins. I should have bought more.
  • There isn't enough salt in this. You need to add more.
  • An extra or additional quantity (of something).
  • There aren't many people here yet, but more should be arriving soon.
Etymology (Proper noun) src :
  • More
  • The Volta-Congo language of the Mossi people, mainly spoken in part of Burkina Faso.
Etymology (See also) src :
  • most
Etymology (Alternative forms) src :
  • Morus (Latin)
Etymology (Noun) src :
  • more (plural mores)
  • (obsolete) A carrot; a parsnip.
  • (dialectal) A root; stock.
  • A plant.
Etymology (Proper noun) src :
  • More (plural Mores)
  • A surname​.
Etymology (Verb) src :
  • more (third-person singular simple present mores, present participle moring, simple past and past participle mored)
  • (transitive) To root up.
Anagrams src :
  • Mero, Omer, Orem, Orme, Rome, erom, mero, mero-, moer, omer
FR French
Adjective src :
  • more (plural mores)
  • (dated) Alternative spelling of maure
Anagrams src :
  • orme
  • Rome
Noun src :
  • more f (plural mores)
  • (phonology) mora
Pronunciation src :
  • IPA(key): /mɔʁ/
  • Homophones: maure, maures, mores, mort, morts
Adjective (Related terms) src :
  • More m
General
Etymology src :
  • From Scottish Gaelic mór (“big”). Also a variant of Moore.
Alternative forms src :
Noun src :
  • More m (plural Mores)
  • Alternative spelling of Maure; Moor
ES Spanish
Pronunciation src :
  • IPA(key): /ˈmoɾe/
Verb src :
  • more
  • Formal second-person singular (usted) imperative form of morar.
  • First-person singular (yo) present subjunctive form of morar.
  • Formal second-person singular (usted) present subjunctive form of morar.
  • Third-person singular (él, ella, also used with usted?) present subjunctive form of morar.
Afrikaans
Adverb src :
  • more
  • Alternative form of môre
Slovak
Etymology src :
  • From Proto-Slavic *moře, from Proto-Indo-European *móri.
Noun src :
  • more n (genitive singular mora, nominative plural moria, genitive plural morí, declension pattern of srdce)
  • A body of salt water, sea.
  • (colloquial) A huge amount, a plenty (+genitive)
  • máme more času – we have plenty of time
Pronunciation src :
  • IPA(key): /ˈmɔrɛ/
Old English
Etymology src :
  • From Proto-West Germanic *morhā, from Proto-Germanic *murhǭ (“carrot”). Cognate with Old Saxon moraha (“carrot”), Old High German moraha (German Möhre).
Alternative forms src :
  • mōru
Noun src :
  • mōre f
  • carrot
  • parsnip
Pronunciation src :
  • IPA(key): /ˈmoː.re/
Noun (Descendants) src :
  • Middle English: moreEnglish: more
  • → Welsh: moron
Middle French
Etymology src :
  • From Old French More, from Latin Maurus.
Noun src :
  • More m (plural Mores)
  • Moor (person of Berber descent)
PT Portuguese
Pronunciation src :
  • (Brazil) IPA(key): /ˈmɔ.ɾi/
  • (South Brazil) IPA(key): /ˈmɔ.ɾe/
  • (Portugal) IPA(key): /ˈmɔ.ɾɨ/
Verb src :
  • more
  • first-person singular (eu) present subjunctive of morar
  • third-person singular (ele and ela, also used with você and others) present subjunctive of morar
  • third-person singular (você) affirmative imperative of morar
  • third-person singular (você) negative imperative of morar
Latin
Noun src :
  • mōre
  • ablative singular of mōs
IT Italian
Anagrams src :
  • mero
  • orme
  • remo, Remo, remò
  • Rome
Noun src :
  • more f
  • plural of mora
Pronunciation src :
  • Rhymes: -ɔre
Verb src :
  • more
  • (slang) third-person singular indicative present of morire
Verb (Synonyms) src :
  • muore
NL Dutch
Etymology src :
Anagrams src :
  • moer, roem, Rome
Noun src :
  • more m or f (plural moren, diminutive moretje n)
  • The unit of length (short or long) in poetic metre
DK Danish
Etymology src :
  • Derived from moro (“fun”), which may be a compound of mod, from Old Norse móðr (“mind”) and ro, from ró (“rest”).
Verb src :
  • more (imperative mor, infinitive at more, present tense morer, past tense morede, perfect tense har moret)
  • To amuse, entertain
Verb (Derived terms) src :
  • morskab c
  • morsom
  • morsomhed c
DE German
Noun src :
  • More f (genitive More, plural Moren)
  • (phonology) mora
Pronunciation src :
  • IPA(key): /ˈmoːʀə/
  • Homophone: Moore
CZ Czech
Noun src :
  • more
  • vocative singular of mor
Pronunciation src :
  • IPA(key): [ˈmorɛ]
NO Norwegian Bokmål
Verb src :
  • more (present tense morer, past tense mora or moret, past participle mora or moret)
  • amuse, entertain
 

Popularity of the name More

Number of MORE births per year

Total births of More by country

Births with the first name More
Country
Boys
Girls
ITItaly
1999 - 2018
2
0
ATAustria
1984 - 2018
0
1
DEGermany
2000 - 2018
0
1

Total births of More by country (last available year)

Births with the first name More
Country
Boys
Girls
ATAustria
2018
0
1

Comments on the name More

Personalities with the first name More

There is 0 personality with the first name More



Film Actors and Actresses with the first name More

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Rankings of first name MORE by country

Country ranking (boys)
RankCountryYear
No ranking of first name MORE (male) births over the last year available in each country
Country ranking (girls)
RankCountryYear
#2808AT Austria2018






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