Connect
To Top

    Word Matrix: Morrow

    Morrow Matrix Morrow

    <morrow>
    “morning” from Middle English morwe, variant of morwen, from Old English morgen

     

    Word Sums

    Morrow
    Morrow + s = morrows
    Morrow + ed = morrowed
    Morrow + ing =
    To + Morrow = tomorrow
    To + Morrow + s = tomorrows
    To + Morrow + er = tomorrower
    To + Morrow + er + s = tomorrowers
    To + Morrow + ness = tomorrowness
    Yester + Morrow = yestermorrow
    Yester + Morrow + s = yestermorrows
    Over + Morrow = overmorrow
    Over + Morrow + s = overmorrows

    Morphemes

    -s: forming plural of noun
    -s: forming third person singular of verbs
    -ed: forming simple past and past participle of weak verb
    -ing: forming present participle of verb

    -er: denoting a person or thing that performs a specified action or activity
    -ness: denoting a state or condition
    over: on top of, higher than, above, further up; beyond, past, exceeding
    to: to, toward, at, on
    yester: former, earlier, previous

    Definitions

    morrow: (noun) morning, following day, (verb) to dawn
    morrows: plural of morrow, third person singular of morrow
    morrowed: simple past and past participle of morrow
    morrowing: present participle of morrow
    tomorrow: (noun) day after today
    tomorrows: plural of tomorrow
    tomorrower: (noun) one who delays working on things, one who puts things off until tomorrow, procrastinator
    tomorrowers: : plural of tomorrower
    tomorrowness: (noun) quality of being tomorrow
    yestermorrow: (noun) day before today, yesterday morning
    yestermorrows: plural of yestermorrow
    overmorrow: (noun) day after tomorrow
    overmorrows: plural of overmorrow

    More in Information

    • Word Matrix: Ply (“lay, fold, twist”)

      I recently came across a tweet in a Twitter conversation that argued that studying morphemes is not always helpful. A morpheme...

      Heather JohnsonAugust 20, 2019
    • Word Matrix: Stude

      <stude> “learn, examine, show zeal for” from Old French estudiier, from Medieval Latin studiare, from Latin studium “study, application,” originally “eagerness,”...

      Heather JohnsonJuly 28, 2019
    • Word Matrix: D

      After returning from a two-week family vacation last weekend, I found my sleep schedule completely messed up. Instead of tossing and...

      Heather JohnsonJuly 26, 2019
    • Word Matrix: Marsupe

      <marsupe> “purse, pouch” from Modern Latin marsupialis “having a pouch,” coined from Late Latin marsupium “pouch, purse” Word Sums Marsupe +...

      Heather JohnsonJuly 21, 2019
    • The -ion Suffix, Connecting Vowel <i>, and Phonological Markers

      To begin, -*tion, -*sion, -*cion, and -*xion are not suffixes. Only -ion is a suffix. A suffix is a bound morpheme...

      Heather JohnsonJuly 5, 2019