Definition of morris-pike in English:

morris-pike

Pronunciation /ˈmɒrɪspʌɪk/

noun

historical
  • A type of pike supposed to be of Moorish origin.

    The morris-pike was the standard 16- or 18-foot (approx. 5-metre) pike used in England and Scotland.

Origin

Late 15th century; earliest use found in Rolls of Parliament. Probably from Moorish + pike or its etymon Middle French pique, with reference to a belief that the weapon was a Moorish invention.