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Correct spelling: moore

Common misspellings for moore:

nomore.

Moore \mo(o)-re\

Meaning:
swarthy, dark-skinned; bog; noble, great
Origin:
Gaelic
Details:
Moore as a boy's name is of Old French, Middle English, Gaelic and Celtic origin, and the meaning of Moore is "swarthy, dark-skinned; bog; noble, great". A place name for families who lived close to a bog or moor. Clement Clarke Moore was the author of the much-loved poem "'Twas the night before Christmas".
Meaning:
Morey, Morrey, Mori, Morry, Morrie.
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Rhymes for moore:

  1. hardcore, igor, ruhr, spoor, glor, fore, boar, core, boer, hoar, tore, inure, or, senor, warr, cohr, detour, underscore, deplore, gabor, obscure, laure, shore, oar, moor, timor, yore, manure, lure, mazor, nohr, orr, cure, coar, thor, chore, explore, dorr, store, mor, outpour, your, unsure, wor, gorr, score, ur, gore, you're, goar, ignore, d'or, gilmour, sedor, cor, offshore, pure, tor, mohr, pour, m4, insure, laur, saur, torre, demure, dore, ensure, inshore, porr, postwar, corps, galore, pore, livor, nor, sure, scor, boor, poor, four, uhr, lore, implore, impure, sor, more, dior, loar, lumpur, morr, spore, mature, soar, por, ngor, swore, floor, flor, war, procure, corr, secure, torr, outscore, vore, restore, muir, buhr, sore, glore, ohr, schnorr, prewar, roar, door, ore, rapport, bohr, bore, lor, endure, snore, wore, lahore, drawer, flore, tour, lenore;
  2. amour, ashore, abhor, afore, ador, before, c4, baldur, bator, decor, couture, bonjour, brochure, adore, cat-4, allure, assure;
  3. guarantor, immature, reassure, premature, reinsure, heretofore, antiwar, anymore, livermore;
  4. entrepreneur;
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