[moi-ruh] /ˈmɔɪ rə/
noun, plural Moirai
[moi-rahy] /ˈmɔɪ raɪ/ (Show IPA), for 1, 2.
(often lowercase) (among ancient Greeks) a person’s fate or destiny.
a female given name.
plural noun (sing) Moira (ˈmɔɪrə)
the Moirai, the Greek goddesses of fate Roman counterparts the Parcae See Fates
fem. proper name, one of the Fates, from Greek Moira, literally “share, fate,” related to moros “fate, destiny, doom,” meros “part, lot,” meiresthai “to receive one’s share” (see merit (n.)).
[moj-uh-leyt] /ˈmɒdʒ əˌleɪt/ verb (used with object), modulated, modulating. 1. to regulate by or adjust to a certain measure or proportion; soften; tone down. 2. to alter or adapt (the voice) according to the circumstances, one’s listener, etc. 3. Music. 4. Telecommunications. to cause the amplitude, frequency, phase, or intensity of (a carrier wave) to […]
[moj-uh-ley-ter] /ˈmɒdʒ əˌleɪ tər/ noun 1. a person or thing that modulates. 2. Telecommunications. a device for modulating a carrier wave. n. c.1500, from Latin modulator, literally “one who modulates” in various senses (e.g. “musical director”), agent noun from past participle stem of modulari (see modulation). Meaning “device that produces modulation of a wave” is […]
adjective pertaining to modulation, change, variation
/ˈməʊɪzəm/ noun 1. the religious and ethical teaching of Mo-Zi and his followers, emphasizing universal love, ascetic self-discipline, and obedience to the will of Heaven