[moh-boo-toh] /moʊˈbu toʊ/
/məˈbuːtuː/ noun 1. the former name (until 1997) of Lake Albert1 See Albert1 /məˈbuːtuː/ noun 1. Sese Seko (ˈsɛsɛ ˈsɛkəʊ), original name Joseph. 1930–97, Zaïrese statesman; president of Zaïre (now the Democratic Republic of Congo) (1970–97); accused of corruption and overthrown by rebels in 1997; died in exile
[moh-boo-too ses-ey sek-oh, muh-] /moʊˈbu tu ˈsɛs eɪ ˈsɛk oʊ, mə-/ noun 1. (Joseph-Désiré Mobutu) 1930–97, Zairian political leader: president 1965–97. 2. Lake, official name of .
/ˈməʊbɪ/ noun (pl) -bies 1. (informal) a mobile phone adjective Very large, complicated, and impressive: Some MIT undergrads pulled off a moby hack at the Harvard-Yale game [1980s+ Computer; probably fr the white whale in Herman Melville’s Moby Dick] jargon /moh’bee/ (From MIT, seems to have been in use among model railroad fans years ago. […]
[moh-bee dik] /ˈmoʊ bi ˈdɪk/ noun 1. a novel (1851) by Herman Melville. noun the great white whale in Herman Melville’s novel; by extension, anything large and impressive Word Origin 1851 novel Moby Dick (1851) A novel by Herman Melville. Its central character, Captain Ahab, engages in a mad, obsessive quest for Moby Dick, a […]