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Morris is derived from Maurice, originally a French name that means 'dark-skinned,' 'Moorish.' The term Moorish refers to the historical Moorish people of North Africa, known for their rich culture and history. Thus, Morris implies a connection to this vibrant and distinguished heritage.
Morris is derived from the Latin 'Mauritius,' which itself is a variant of the name Maurice. The name arrived in England with the Normans and remained popular throughout the Middle Ages, partially due to the fame of St. Maurice, a Roman legionary and Christian martyr.
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