[mohl-yair; French maw-lyer] /moʊlˈyɛər; French mɔˈlyɛr/
(Jean Baptiste Poquelin) 1622–73, French actor and playwright.
real name Jean-Baptiste Poquelin. 1622–73, French dramatist, regarded as the greatest French writer of comedy. His works include Tartuffe (1664), Le Misanthrope (1666), L’Avare (1668), Le Bourgeois gentilhomme (1670), and Le Malade imaginaire (1673)
Nom de plume of Jean Baptiste Poquelin, a seventeenth-century French playwright. He is best known for his comedies of satire, such as The Misanthrope and Tartuffe.
[mol-uh-ley-lee-uh, -leyl-yuh] /ˌmɒl əˈleɪ li ə, -ˈleɪl yə/ noun 1. .
molimen mo·li·men (mə-lī’mən) n. pl. -lim·i·na (-lĭm’ə-nə) Abnormal strain or tension associated with a normal physiological function, especially menstruation.
[moh-lee-nuh, muh-; Spanish maw-lee-nah] /moʊˈli nə, mə-; Spanish mɔˈli nɑ/ noun 1. Luis [loo-ees] /luˈis/ (Show IPA), 1535–1600, Spanish Jesuit theologian. 2. Tirso de, . /Spanish moˈlina/ noun 1. See de Molina
[moh-lin, moh-lahyn] /ˈmoʊ lɪn, moʊˈlaɪn/ adjective, Heraldry. 1. (of a cross) having arms of equal length, split and curved back at the ends, used especially as the cadency mark of an eighth son: a cross moline. [moh-leen] /moʊˈlin/ noun 1. a city in NW Illinois, on the Mississippi. /məˈlaɪn/ adjective 1. (heraldry) (of a cross) […]