Meaning of mormaor in English:

mormaor

(also mormaer, maarmor)

Pronunciation /mɔːˈmɛː/

noun

historical
  • In ancient Scotland: a high steward of a province.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in George Chalmers (d. 1825), antiquary and political writer. From Scottish Gaelic mórmhaor (also maor mór), altered form of mormhar, through analysis of its first element as mór great.