Etymology
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morrow (n.)

"morning," 12c. in compounds (morge-sclep "morning-sleep," morgewile "period around daybreak"); mid-13c. as morewe; c. 1300 as morwe; a shortened variation of morewen "morrow" (see morn). It was formerly common in the salutation good morrow (late 14c.).

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Definitions of morrow

morrow (n.)
the next day;
whenever he arrives she leaves on the morrow
From wordnet.princeton.edu