Mor or MOR may refer to:

In publications:

  • Mathematics of Operations Research, a quarterly publication on the mathematics of operations research.

In mechanics:

  • Modulus of rupture, the material's ability to resist deformation under load.

In media:

  • MOR Music TV (Cable TV), a defunct cable music video, shopping channel.
  • MOR, Men's Outdoor and Recreation, a defunct American cable TV network.
  • WMOR-TV, a television station in Lakeland, Florida, United States that use the "MOR" branding.

In nobility:

  • Mor (Syriac), Syriac title for bishops and saints
  • Capitão-Mor, the hereditary title and office given by the Portuguese Crown to nobleman granted the rule of Capitanias
  • Úgaine Mor, legendary High King of Ireland of the 7th century BC
  • Mor (clan), a clan of Jats

In music:

  • "M.O.R.", a single by the musical group Blur
  • Masters of Rap, a German rap group
  • Middle of the road (music), a broad term encompassing a number of musical styles
  • Middle of the Road (band), a Scottish pop group who enjoyed great success across Europe in the early 1970s
  • Mor lam, ancient Lao form of song in Laos and Isan
  • Mor lam sing, fast-paced, racy, modernized version of the traditional Lao/Isan song form mor lam


  • Rina Mor (born 1956), Israeli model and Miss Universe

In other fields:

  • Multipath On-demand Routing, protocol for wireless ad-hoc networks
  • Phar-Mor, U.S. chain of discount drug stores
  • Mor is a notation in category theory for the morphisms between two objects
  • Mid ocean ridge in geology
  • Museum of the Rockies collection code
  • mu opioid receptor, in neuroscience
  • Mor River, a river in India
  • March on Rome, Benito Mussolini's route to power in 1922
  • Mor is the name given to a thick upper horizon of acidic, partially decomposed organic mater in a coniferous podzol

Famous quotes containing the word mor:

    There is the illusion of time, which is very deep; who has disposed of it? Mor come to the conviction that what seems the succession of thought is only the distribution of wholes into causal series.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)