How to Pronounce morse?

Correct pronunciation for the word "morse" is [mˈɔːs], [mˈɔːs], [m_ˈɔː_s].

"Morse" in context

Morse code is a system of communication based on dots, dashes and pauses that was developed over 170 years ago. It is still used by some radio operators today. This code has been instrumental in providing a form of communication that is simple, yet effective. The famous distress signal SOS was sent using morse code.

The development of this code is closely linked with the US inventor, Samuel Morse. Working with his partner Alfred Vail, Morse developed the code specifically for his new invention, the telegraph. The code was designed to send messages over long distances, when they could not be sent in person.

What are similar-sounding words for morse?

Usage over time for morse:

This graph shows how "morse" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

31 words made out of letters MORSE

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