- the day after the present day.
Etymology: From Middle English to morwe(n) < Old English to morgenne (on the morrow) < to (at, on) + morgenne (dative of morgen, morning) < Proto-Germanic
- on the day after the present day.
- marganaz (morning), perhaps < Proto-Indo-European base
- mergh- (to blink, to twinkle).
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