[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.
the person who performs the circumcision in the Jewish rite of circumcising a male child on the eighth day after his birth.
(Judaism) a man qualified to conduct circumcisions
[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. […]
[moh-iz-uh m] /ˈmoʊ ɪz əm/ noun 1. the doctrine of Mo-Tze, stressing universal love, not limited by special affections or obligations, and opposition to Confucianism and traditionalism.