Moresque[mō resk′, mə-]
Moresque definition by Webster's New World
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Moorish in design or decoration, etc.
Origin: French ; from Spanish morisco ; from Moro ; from Classical Latin Maurus, Moor
Moorish design or decoration, characterized by intricate tracery, bright colors, gilt, etc.
Moresque definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Characteristic of Moorish art or architecture.noun
An ornament or a decoration in Moorish style.
Origin: French, from Old French, from Spanish Morisco, Morisco; see Morisco.