[maw-kish] /ˈmɔ kɪʃ/
characterized by sickly sentimentality; weakly emotional; maudlin.
having a mildly sickening flavor; slightly nauseating.
falsely sentimental, esp in a weak or maudlin way
nauseating or insipid in flavour, smell, etc
1660s, “sickly, nauseated,” from Middle English mawke “maggot” (see maggot). Sense of “sickly sentimental” is first recorded 1702. Related: Mawkishly; mawkishness.
[moo-luh-myahyn] /ˌmu ləˈmyaɪn/ noun 1. .
[mou-lid] /ˈmaʊ lɪd/ noun, Islam. 1. a Muslim holiday celebrating the birth of Muhammad, occurring on the twelfth day of the month of Rabiʿ al-awwal, and characterized especially by the recitation of panegyrical poems honoring Muhammad. 2. the poems recited on this occasion.
[maw-suh n] /ˈmɔ sən/ noun 1. Sir Douglas, 1882–1958, Australian antarctic explorer, born in England. /ˈmɔːsən/ noun 1. Sir Douglas. 1882–1958, Australian Antarctic explorer, born in England
[maw] /mɔ/ noun 1. the mouth, throat, or gullet of an animal, especially a carnivorous mammal. 2. the crop or craw of a fowl. 3. the stomach, especially that of an animal. 4. a cavernous opening that resembles the open jaws of an animal: the gaping maw of hell. 5. the symbolic or theoretical center […]