moreover » morever
Spotted in the wild:
- Morever, the CNT–nitride nanocomposite still retains the electrochemical stability of the nitride material in highly corrosive electrolytes. ("Carbon nanotubes–metal nitride composites: a new class of nanocomposites with enhanced electrical properties," in the Journal of Materials Chemistry)
- Morever, the accommodations are first class. (eThaiGuide.com)
- More ever the tourism sector was highly uncompetitive because of the high rates of the hotels, Airport charges and price for lodging and boarding when compared to neighboring Kenya. (Business Times)
I’ve labelled this one as “questionable” because the one-word version (morever), at least, could easily arise as a typographical error rather than a reanalysis. However, the examples I’ve shown here come from documents in which the word is consistently spelled this way on multiple occasions; the article from the Journal of Materials Chemistry, for example, contains four tokens of morever. It’s also quite a plausible reanalysis: the meaning of moreover, which is rather opaque, could just as sensibly be related to ‘more’ + ‘ever’ as to ‘more’ + ‘over’, and there are plenty of other -ever words (e.g., however, wherever, whatever) that could serve as analogues.