There are 2 main definitions of moray in English:

moray1

Syllabification: mo·ray
Pronunciation: /ˈmôrˌā, məˈrā
 
/
(also moray eel)

noun

A mainly nocturnal eellike predatory fish of warm seas that typically hides in crevices with just the head protruding.
More example sentences
  • The rocky reefs and the small caverns formed within them are home to groupers, moray and conger eels, scorpionfish, many octopuses and the occasional spiny lobster.
  • No sea cows or bovines here, but we spotted puffer fish and a giant moray and plenty of groupers.
  • All the familiar reef fish are there plus morays, sting rays, you name it.

Origin

early 17th century: from Portuguese moréia, via Latin from Greek muraina.

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There are 2 main definitions of moray in English:

Moray2

Line breaks: Moray

Entry from British & World English dictionary

(also Morayshire /ˈmʌrɪʃɪə, -ʃə/)
A council area and former county of northern Scotland, bordered on the north by the Moray Firth; administrative centre, Elgin.

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