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  • morgue — n. 1) a city (esp. AE); newspaper morgue 2) in a morgue (to work in a morgue) * * * [mɔːg] newspaper morgue a city (esp. AE) in a morgue (to work in a morgue) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • morgue — (n.) mortuary, 1821, from Fr. Morgue, originally a specific building in Paris where bodies were exposed for identification: There is, in the most populous part of the French metropolis, an establishment entitled La Morgue, destined for the… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Morgue — Morgue, n. [F.] 1. A place where the bodies of dead persons are kept, until they are identified, or claimed by their friends; a deadhouse. [1913 Webster +PJC] 2. (Newspapers) A room containing reference files of older material in a newspaper… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • morgue — [môrg] n. [Fr, morgue, earlier, identification room of a prison: orig., “haughty air” < dial. morre, snout: see MORAINE] 1. a place where the bodies of unknown dead persons or those dead of unknown causes are kept to be examined, identified,… …   English World dictionary

  • morgue — ► NOUN 1) a mortuary. 2) informal a newspaper s files of miscellaneous information kept for reference. ORIGIN French, originally the name of a building in Paris where bodies were kept until identified …   English terms dictionary

  • Morgue file — For the stock photography database, see morgueFile. A morgue file originally was the paper folders containing old files and notes that were kept by criminal investigators, and old article clippings kept by newspaper reporters,[1][2] in case they… …   Wikipedia

  • Morgue — Mortuary redirects here. For the 1983 film, see Mortuary (1983 movie). For the 2005 film, see Mortuary (film). One of the entrances of the Victoria Public Mortuary, in Hong Kong A morgue or mortuary (in a hospital or elsewhere) is used for the… …   Wikipedia

  • morgue —    (morg) [French, from the building in Paris that housed unidentified bodies] A mortuary; a place where dead victims of accidents or other violence are kept until they can be identified or buried. Also, in a newspaper office, the reference file… …   Dictionary of foreign words and phrases

  • morgue — noun Etymology: French Date: 1821 1. a place where the bodies of dead persons are kept temporarily pending identification or release for burial or autopsy 2. a collection of reference works and files of reference material in a newspaper or news… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • morgue — /mawrg/, n. 1. a place in which bodies are kept, esp. the bodies of victims of violence or accidents, pending identification or burial. 2. a reference file of old clippings, mats, books, etc., in a newspaper office. 3. the room containing such a… …   Universalium

  • morgue — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. mortuary, death or charnel house, deadhouse; files, records, dead records file. See death, record. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [A place where the dead are received] Syn. funeral home, funeral parlor, the… …   English dictionary for students

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