Definition funny of Morange:

urbanPerson of Maori or Pacific Island descent with hair dyed an unnatural shade of ginger or blonde. (From Maori + Orange)

urban"Hey bro what's up with the dye job? You're a morange!"

urbanTo be more orange; to be vibrantly orange

urbanThose drapes are morange.

urban1. to eat mexican food 2. to eat a mexican

urban1. someone: "What did you do yesterday?" you: "I moranged with Paco" 2. someone: "What did you do yesterday?" you: "I moranged Paco"

urbanA word that has been created specifically to rhyme with another word. Often used in lazy song writing when you write yourself into the end of a line that needs to rhyme with 'opus'


Songs about Morange:

songsMorange by Herr Lager from the Album Morange

songsMorange Dies by Richard Horowitz from the Album L'Atlantide Theme

songsQueen Comes to Morange by Richard Horowitz from the Album L'Atlantide Theme


Books about Morange:

booksLe Mystere de Morange Bsmm

booksLife Explained by Morange, Michel [Yale University Press, 2009] (Paperback) [Paperback] by Morange (Nov 25, 0009)

booksAbdala; mélodrame en trois actes, à grand spectacle. Musique de MM. Quaisain et Moranges, ballets de M. Richard... by Germé Germé (Jun 7, 2010)

booksLes ruines de Sainte-Marguerite; ou, Le solitaire; mélodrame en trois actes, mêlé de chants, danses et combats... by André Jacques Coffin-Rony (Aug 29, 2011)

booksLa Comtesse de Moranges, Drame-Vaudeville En 3 Actes by Jules De Premaray and De Premaray-J (Mar 10, 2013)

booksLibertés Publiques (les) by Morange, J. by J. Morange (2001)

booksLes Libertés publiques by Morange, Jean; Que sais-je? by Que sais-je? Jean Morange (1999)


Wiki information Morange:

Pierre Morange
Politician, Person

Pierre Morange was born on September 8, 1956 at Clermont-Ferrand. He has been elected deputy of the 6th division of the Yvelines. From February 2, 1999 to June 6, 2002, Morange operated as a deputy of the French National Assembly, becoming re-elected...

Bédien Morange
Deceased Person, Person

Bédien Morange, was a French theologian. He was a doctor of Sorbonne. In 1660, he became canon and cantor of the Église Saint-Nizier, then general vicar of the diocese. He devoted himself especially to refute the theory of Isaac de la Peyrère who...