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  1. An English and Scottish surname derived from the Norman given name Maurice.
  2. An Irish surname, anglicised from Ó Muirghis.
  3. A Welsh surname, anglicised from Meurig .
  4. A male given name, transferred from the surnames, or a spelling variant of Maurice.


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19.II.1810-7.I.1886 (Morris)

English paleobotanist.

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Maurice de Bevere (December 1, 1923 - July 16, 2001), better known as Morris, was a Belgian cartoonist and the creator of Lucky Luke.



He was born in Kortrijk, Belgium and started drawing in the Compagnie Belge d'Actualités (CBA) animations studios, a small and short-lived animation studio in Belgium where he met Peyo and André Franquin.[1] After a war, the company went bankrupt and Morris worked as an illustrator for Het Laatste Nieuws, a Flemish newspaper, and Le Moustique, a weekly magazine published by Dupuis, for which he made some 250 covers and numerous other illustrations, mainly caricatures of movie stars.[1]

He died in 2001 by an accidental fall.


  • 1972: Grand Prix Saint-Michel, Brussels, Belgium
  • 1992: Angoulême International Comics Festival, 20th anniversary Grand Prix de la ville d'Angoulême


  1. 1.0 1.1 De Weyer, Geert (2005). "Morris". In België gestript, pp. 143-144. Tielt: Lannoo.

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