[muh-sah-duh; Hebrew muh-tsah-dah] /məˈsɑ də; Hebrew mə tsɑˈdɑ/
a mountaintop fortress in E Israel on the SW shore of the Dead Sea: site of Zealots’ last stand against the Romans during revolt of a.d. 66–73.
an ancient mountaintop fortress in Israel, 400 m (1300 ft) above the W shore of the Dead Sea: the last Jewish stronghold during a revolt in Judaea (66–73 ad). Besieged by the Romans for a year, almost all of the inhabitants killed themselves rather than surrender. The site is an Israeli national monument
[muh-sahy] /məˈsaɪ/ noun, plural Masais (especially collectively) Masai. 1. a member of an African people inhabiting the highlands of Kenya and Tanzania and having a largely pastoral economy and a society based on the patrilineal clan. 2. the Nilotic language of the Masai. /ˈmɑːsaɪ; mɑːˈsaɪ; ˈmæsaɪ/ noun 1. (pl) -sais, -sai. a member of a […]
/ˌmasaˈkanɪ/ sentence substitute 1. (South African) a political slogan of solidarity
/mɑːˈsɑːlə/ noun 1. a mixture of spices ground into a paste, used in Indian cookery adjective 2. (Hinglish) spicy; dramatic: it was a typical masala film noun a blend of spices used in Indian cuisine, usu. containing black pepper, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, coriander, nutmeg, and turmeric; also called garam masala Examples Every time we go […]
[mah-sahn] /ˈmɑ sɑn/ noun 1. a seaport in SE South Korea. /ˈmɑːˌsɑːn/ noun 1. a port in SE South Korea, on an inlet of the Korea Strait: first opened to foreign trade in 1899. Pop: 428 000 (2005 est)