1) It means ‘morning’ in some attributive uses, probably the early mass in these examples.

1510 his dewtie to the kirk that is to say ryngyng of the morne bell and the evyn bell, Weighton

1529 and profittes as shall happen to com of the said cottage ... to the use of the morn prest and of his successors morne prestes herafter, Halifax

1568-9 To Nicholas Richerdson for a rope to the morne bell, 3s, York.

dates 1510 1529 1568-1569

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