Noun(1) one of the Muslim people of north Africa; of mixed Arab and Berber descent; converted to Islam in the 8th century; conqueror of Spain in the 8th century(2) open land usually with peaty soil covered with heather and bracken and moss
Verb(1) secure in or as if in a berth or dock(2) come into or dock at a wharf(3) secure with cables or ropes
(1) It submitted an application in September to build a floating pontoon, which would allow it to moor boats.(2) a grouse moor(3) He sees a market for Americans to moor their boats in Mexico year round as well as transient boaters.(4) Mr Foley said the accommodation complex had an added attraction for boat owners who would be able to moor their vessels close to home.(5) If you have a boat, moor it securely or move it to a designated safe place.(6) On the open moor , skylarks were in the nesting season; I saw several at close range, and heard them overhead almost without ceasing.(7) Judges said his farm was in a beautiful location, with an impressive mix of open moor , meadows and other pasture.(8) Some of the birds are being ├ö├ç├┐evicted├ö├ç├û because the famous moor has become over-stocked since shooting was banned in 1997.(9) They said the new pier requires additional lighting to make it reasonably safe for them to moor their vessels.(10) In this event the expedition will haul up the boat on shore or moor it in a safe bay, and then trek to the nearest settlement or air-strip.(11) There is also a place for sailing enthusiasts to moor their boats.(12) The first phase of the development, a 50-berth marina, will provide a safe and secure area for boat-owners to moor their vessels all year round.(13) There is enough space at the venue for 550 limousines, quay space to moor yachts and a heli-pad nearby.(14) Similar licences were granted to a number of individual owners to place moorings and to moor boats at various locations in the same general area.(15) The group will meet Cromarty Firth Port Authority later this month to discuss options for mooring the vessel.(16) I was dreaming of gardens of primrose and moors covered with heather and cottages with honeysuckle over the door.