[mou-iz-uh m] /ˈmaʊ ɪz əm/
the political, social, economic, and military theories and policies advocated by Mao Zedong, as those concerning revolutionary movements and guerrilla warfare.
Marxism-Leninism as interpreted by Mao Tse-tung: distinguished by its theory of guerrilla warfare and its emphasis on the revolutionary potential of the peasantry
adherence to or reverence for Mao Tse-tung and his teachings
1951 (adj.), 1963 (n.), in reference to the sort of Marxist-Leninist communist doctrines invented by Chairman Mao Tse-tung of China.
The doctrines of Mao Zedong, most notably the doctrine that a continuous revolution is necessary if the leaders of a communist state are to be kept in touch with the people. (See Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution.)
noun 1. a plain, shirtlike jacket, usually blue or gray, with pockets and a high collar, worn by Mao Zedong and universally adopted in the People’s Republic of China during his regime.
[mou-key] /ˈmaʊ keɪ/ plural noun 1. a range in the province of Irian Jaya, in Indonesia, on New Guinea. Highest peak, Puncak Jaya, 16,503 feet (5030 meters).
/ˈmɑːɒmɑːɒ/ noun (pl) maomao 1. either of two small New Zealand edible fish, the pink maomao caprodon langimanus and the blue maomao scorpis acquipinnus
[man-yuh-kohd] /ˈmæn yəˌkoʊd/ noun 1. any of various birds of paradise of the New Guinea region, having dark, metallic plumage.