[moh-hawk] /ˈmoʊ hɔk/
noun, plural Mohawks (especially collectively) Mohawk.
a member of a tribe of the most easterly of the Iroquois Five Nations, formerly resident along the Mohawk River, New York.
the Iroquoian language of the Mohawk Indians.
a river flowing E from central New York to the Hudson. 148 miles (240 km) long.
(often lowercase). Also called Mohawk haircut. a hairstyle in which the head is shaved bare except for a strip of hair, usually with blunt, brushlike ends, down the center of the scalp from the forehead to the nape of the neck.
Military. a twin turboprop, two-seat U.S. Army aircraft fitted with cameras, radar, and infrared sensors and designed to monitor enemy operations.
(skating) a half turn from either edge of either skate to the corresponding edge of the other skate
(US & Canadian) a punk hairstyle in which the head is shaved at the sides and the remaining strip of hair is worn stiffly erect and sometimes brightly coloured Also called (in Britain and certain other countries) mohican
(pl) -hawks, -hawk. a member of a North American Indian people formerly living along the Mohawk River; one of the Iroquois peoples
the language of this people, belonging to the Iroquoian family
a river in E central New York State, flowing south and east to the Hudson River at Cohoes: the largest tributary of the Hudson. Length: 238 km (148 miles)
North American Indian tribe name, Iroquoian, 1630s, Mohowawogs (plural), said to mean “they eat living things” in a southern New England Algonquian tongue, probably a reference to cannibalism. Cf. Unami Delaware /muhuwe:yck/ “cannibal monsters.” The people’s name for themselves is kanye’keha:ka. Meaning “haircut style favored by punk rockers” is c.1975, from fancied resemblance to hair style of the Indians in old illustrations. The style of cut earlier was called a Mohican (1960). Mohoc, Mohock, variant form of the word, was the name given 1711 to gangs of aristocratic London ruffians.
Morphine: She got sent to the principal for suspicion of having some Miss Emma (1940s+ Narcotics)
[Sephardic Hebrew maw-hel; Ashkenazic Hebrew moh-heyl, moh-uh l, moi-; English moh-heyl] /Sephardic Hebrew mɔˈhɛl; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈmoʊ heɪl, ˈmoʊ əl, ˈmɔɪ-; English ˈmoʊ heɪl/ noun, plural mohalim [Sephardic Hebrew, Ashkenazic Hebrew maw-hah-leem] /Sephardic Hebrew, Ashkenazic Hebrew ˌmɔ hɑˈlim/ (Show IPA). English, mohels. Hebrew. 1. the person who performs the circumcision in the Jewish rite of […]
[moh-hee-guh n] /moʊˈhi gən/ noun, plural Mohegans (especially collectively) Mohegan. 1. a member of a group of Pequot Indians that broke with the Pequot and then fought against them in the Pequot War.
[moh-hen-joh-dahr-oh] /moʊˈhɛn dʒoʊˈdɑr oʊ/ noun 1. an archaeological site in Pakistan, near the Indus River: six successive ancient cities were built here. /məˈhɛndʒəʊˈdɑːrəʊ/ noun 1. an excavated city in SE Pakistan, southwest of Sukkur near the River Indus: flourished during the third millennium bc
[moh-hee-kuh n] /moʊˈhi kən/ noun, plural Mohicans (especially collectively) Mohican. 1. . /məʊˈhiːkən/ noun 1. a punk hairstyle in which the head is shaved at the sides and the remaining strip of hair is worn stiffly erect and sometimes brightly coloured 2. a person wearing such a hairstyle /ˈməʊɪkən; məʊˈhiːkən/ noun 1. (pl) -cans, -can. […]