Don't worry, we'll comb through the forum and compile a MorHadith to follow and argue over.
MorHadith...I like it, but it kinda reminds me of McHadith. We need Romaios to coin a term, incorporating some form of Mor, from the seven thousand languages he seems to know.
Irish (a language I do not
know) seems to have the most words prefixed with mor-
("great"):mórmhuir de ghaois
= ocean of wisdom (Dalai Lama, eat your heart out!)mórchlúiteach
- of high repute, renownedmórchumhacht
- great power, great authoritymórghníomhach
- of mighty deed, redoubtablemórchroí
- big-heartedness, generositymórmhaitheas
- great goodness, munificencemórchúramach
- exercising great care, great responsibilitymórmheasúil
- highly esteemedmórluaíocht
- great merit, great reward, great indulgencemórintinn
- greatness of mind, greatness of purpose, magnanimitymórfhoclach
- magniloquent, high-sounding, oratorical; bombastic, boastfulmórbhéalach
- having a large appetitemórbhainniúil
- abundant in milk (btw, see Song of Songs 4:6, where the two breasts of the Bride are called har ha-mor
- "mountain of myrrh" and giveat ha-levona
- "hill of frankincense")mórleabhar
- big book, tome
Since you are fond of Italian cuisine, mortadella
is a also a beautiful sounding word (for myrtle spiced baloney).