any one of several cultivated sour cherry woods bearing fruit with dark epidermis and juice
- cultivated sour cherry with dark-colored skin and juice
- some sort of almost black cherry with deep red flesh and juice used chiefly for protecting
- some sort of almost black cherry with dark-red skin and liquid, -- used mainly for keeping.
type of bitter cherry, 1640s, of uncertain source, maybe fundamentally from Latin amarus "bitter." Earlier form ended up being morell (1610s).
(letter.) Some sort of almost black cherry with deep red skin and juice, -- utilized chiefly for preserving.
The dessert was an almond sponge studded with dark morello cherries in a sweet almond pastry base.