Mór (IPA: /mɔːr/) is a Bredish slang word used in Clymene and Seven. It literally means "big", but its meaning has shifted, and the word is now used as a replacement for "good", "nice", "best" or "awesome". It is one of the most prominent slang words used by Bredish speakers. Mór is also used in many compounds such as "mórboy" (English eq. "bro") and mórting (something that is good).
Mór derives from Gaelic "mòr". It was introduced in the 1930s by Scottish workers, but didn't resurface until the 1980s, when youngsters started using the word.