Definition of moory in English:

moory

adjective

(also müiry)
  • Marshy; specifically designating or consisting of a kind of soft, dark, peaty soil found in fenland and marshland; especially in "moory earth", "moory land".

Pronunciation

moory

/ˈmʊəri/ /ˈmɔːri/

Origin

Old English; earliest use found in Old English Hexateuch: General. From moor + -y.