[mas-kahr-poh-nee] /ˌmæs kɑrˈpoʊ ni/
a very soft Italian cream cheese made from cow’s milk.
a soft Italian cream cheese
instructing, occurs in the title of thirteen Psalms (32, 42, 44, etc.). It denotes a song enforcing some lesson of wisdom or piety, a didactic song. In Ps. 47:7 it is rendered, Authorized Version, “with understanding;” Revised Version, marg., “in a skilful psalm.”
[mas-kuh l] /ˈmæs kəl/ noun, Heraldry. 1. a lozenge represented as having a lozenge-shaped hole at the center. /ˈmɑːskəl/ noun 1. (heraldry) a charge consisting of a lozenge with a lozenge-shaped hole in the middle Also called voided lozenge
[mas-kon] /ˈmæsˌkɒn/ noun, Geology. 1. a massive of high-density material beneath the surface of the moon. /ˈmæskɒn/ noun 1. any of several lunar regions of high gravity
[mas-kot, -kuh t] /ˈmæs kɒt, -kət/ noun 1. an animal, person, or thing adopted by a group as its representative symbol and supposed to bring good luck: The U.S. Navy mascot is a goat. /ˈmæskət/ noun 1. a person, animal, or thing considered to bring good luck n. “talisman, charm,” 1881, from provincial French mascotte […]