[mah-suh-roo, maz-uh-roo] /ˌmɑ səˈru, ˈmæz əˌru/
a town in and the capital of Lesotho, in the NW part.
[luh-soo-too, -soh-toh] /ləˈsu tu, -ˈsoʊ toʊ/
a monarchy in S Africa: formerly a British protectorate; gained independence 1966; member of the Commonwealth of Nations. 11,716 sq. mi. (30,344 sq. km).
the capital of Lesotho, in the northwest near the W border with South Africa; established as capital of Basutoland in 1869. Pop: 175 000 (2005 est)
a kingdom in southern Africa, forming an enclave in the Republic of South Africa: annexed to British Cape Colony in 1871; made a protectorate in 1884; gained independence in 1966; a member of the Commonwealth. It is generally mountainous, with temperate grasslands throughout. Languages: Sesotho and English. Religion: Christian majority. Currency: loti and South African rand. Capital: Maseru. Pop: 1 936 181 (2013 est). Area: 30 344 sq km (11 716 sq miles) Former name (1884–1966) Basutoland
[mash] /mæʃ/ verb (used with object) 1. to crush: He mashed his thumb with a hammer. 2. to reduce to a soft, pulpy mass, as by beating or pressure, especially in the preparation of food. 3. to mix (crushed malt or meal of grain) with hot water to form wort. noun 4. a soft, pulpy […]
1950, U.S. military acronym for Mobile Army Surgical Hospital.
entreaty, a levitical town in the tribe of Asher (1 Chr. 6:74); called Mishal (Josh. 21:30).
/ˈmæsəm/ noun 1. a crossbreed of large sheep having a black and white face and a long curly fleece: kept for lamb production