[moh-gi-lef; Russian muh-gyi-lyawf] /ˈmoʊ gɪˌlɛf; Russian mə gyɪˈlyɔf/
a city in E Byelorussia (Belarus), in the W Soviet Union in Europe, on the Dnieper.
an industrial city in E Belarus on the Dnieper River: passed to Russia in 1772 after Polish rule. Pop: 353 000 (2005 est)
[moh-goh] /ˈmoʊ goʊ/ noun, plural mogos. Australian. 1. a stone hatchet used by the Aborigines.
[moh-guh-yohn] /ˌmoʊ gəˈyoʊn/ noun 1. an extensive plateau or mesa in central Arizona; the southwestern margin of the Colorado Plateau. 2. a mountain range in W New Mexico. adjective 3. Archaeology. of or relating to an Amerindian culture of southeastern Arizona and southwestern New Mexico 100 b.c.–a.d. 1000, characterized by pit houses also used for […]
[muh-goh-tee] /məˈgoʊ ti/ noun 1. a residual hillock of limestone, honeycombed with cavities. 2. Southwestern U.S. a patch of thickly grown brush or dense shrubbery.
[moh-guh l] /ˈmoʊ gəl/ noun 1. a bump or mound of hard snow on a ski slope. [moh-guh l, -guhl, moh-guhl] /ˈmoʊ gəl, -gʌl, moʊˈgʌl/ noun 1. any of the Mongol conquerors of India who established an empire that lasted from 1526 to 1857, but held only nominal power after 1803. See also . 2. […]