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[moh-uh] /ˈmoʊ ə/ noun 1. any of several flightless birds of the family Dinornithidae, of New Zealand, related to the kiwis but resembling the ostrich: extinct since about the end of the 18th century. /ˈməʊə/ noun 1. any large flightless bird of the recently extinct order Dinornithiformes of New Zealand See ratite n. extinct, flightless […]
[moh-ab] /ˈmoʊ æb/ noun 1. an ancient kingdom E of the Dead Sea, in what is now Jordan. /ˈməʊæb/ noun 1. (Old Testament) an ancient kingdom east of the Dead Sea, in what is now the SW part of Jordan: flourished mainly from the 9th to the 6th centuries bc monoclonal antibody the seed of […]
[moh-uh-bahyt] /ˈmoʊ əˌbaɪt/ noun 1. an inhabitant or native of Moab. 2. an extinct language of Moab, in the Canaanite group of Semitic languages. adjective 3. Also, Moabitic [moh-uh-bit-ik] /ˌmoʊ əˈbɪt ɪk/ (Show IPA), Moabitish [moh-uh-bahy-tish] /ˈmoʊ əˌbaɪ tɪʃ/ (Show IPA). of or relating to the ancient kingdom of Moab, its people, or their language. […]
noun 1. a slab of black basalt bearing an inscription recording the victory of Mesha, the king of Moab, over the Israelites, about 860 b.c. a basalt stone, bearing an inscription by King Mesha, which was discovered at Dibon by Klein, a German missionary at Jerusalem, in 1868. It was 3 1/2 feet high and […]