Regina, Saskatchewan; Canada
There is an (Native/Germanic) English word for Morality. That is, thewfastness.
Thew means virtue, moral, habit. fastness means fastenedness, fixedness, firmness.
There are also many other English words that hold cleaner meanings: Wisdom, Righteousness, Godliness, wellwillingness.
I don't think these things are based on the majority; rather they are based on doing better. If you have a garden you learn and know the difference between tending, watering, helping it grow, and stomping, breaking, hurting it. When we have will and do deeds, that tend, water, and help life's Garden, then we truly do what is good and moral, just as life's health and heartiness shall show; when we have will and do what stomp, break and hurt life's Garden, then without a doubt we do what is evil and immoral, because the health and heartiness shall fall down, and therefore truly life itself is a true evidence and speaks for itself if we are doing good or evil. When we have better will, and do better, life is better.
I believe that must be what morality is about. If it is not, then I will not follow morality anymore, or use that word anymore. What's the point?