Moria

[Middle-earth] In the fiction of J. R. R. Tolkien, Moria (Sindarin for `Black Chasm`) was the name given by the Eldar to an enormous underground complex in north-western Middle-earth, comprising a vast network of tunnels, chambers, mines and huge halls or mansions, that ran under and ultimately through the Misty Mountains. There, for many t...
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Moria

Mo'ri·a noun [ New Latin , from Greek ... folly.] Idiocy; imbecility; fatuity; foolishness.
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moria

1. Rarely used term denoting foolishness or dullness of comprehension. ... Synonym: hebetude. ... 2. Rarely used term for a mental state marked by frivolity, joviality, an inveterate tendency to jest, and inability to take anything seriously. ... Origin: G. Moria, folly, fr. Moros, stupid, dull ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Moria

• (n.) Idiocy; imbecility; fatuity; foolishness.
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moria

moria 1. A rarely used term denoting foolishness or dullness of comprehension. 2. Dullness of mind; mental lethargy. 3. Another rarely used term for a mental state marked by frivolity, joviality, an inveterate tendency to jest, and inability to take anything seriously. 4. An abnormal tendency to joke, particularly inappropriately.
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Moria

[PLATO] Moria is a dungeon crawl style role-playing video game first developed for the PLATO system around 1975, with copyright dates listed as 1978 and 1984. It was a pioneering game, allowing parties of up to ten players to travel as a group and message each other, dynamically generating dungeons (instead of pre-computing them), and featu...
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moria

Type: Term Pronunciation: mō′rē-ă Definitions: 1. Rarely used term denoting foolishness or dullness of comprehension. 2. Rarely used term for a mental state marked by frivolity, joviality, an inveterate tendency to jest, and inability to take anything seriously. Synonyms: hebetude
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Moria

[tree] In ancient Greece, a moria was an olive tree considered to be the property of the State. From Attic Orators, vol. I. p. 289: ...
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Moria

[video game] Moria is a roguelike computer game based heavily on J. R. R. Tolkien`s novel The Lord of the Rings. The game`s objective is to kill a Balrog, presumably Durin`s Bane, deep within the Mines of Moria. A later port of Moria called Umoria (UNIX Moria) inspired the Angband roguelike game. This game influenced the preliminary design ...
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moria

folly
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Moria

[nymph] In Greek mythology, Moria was a Naiad nymph dwelling by the river Hermus; she makes an appearance in Nonnus` Dionysiaca, in an episode that is as follows. Moria`s brother Tylus accidentally touched a serpent, which then attacked Tylus, coiled round his body and suffocated him; Tylus was not his first victim. Moria only could helples...
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