[moh-luh-niz-uh m, mol-uh-] /ˈmoʊ ləˌnɪz əm, ˈmɒl ə-/
the theological doctrine, formulated by Luis , that the consent of the human will is necessary for divine grace to be effective.
(RC Church) a doctrine of grace that attempts to reconcile the efficacy of divine grace with human free will in responding to it
[muh-lee-nohs; Spanish maw-lee-naws] /məˈli noʊs; Spanish mɔˈli nɔs/ noun 1. Miguel de [mee-gel de] /miˈgɛl dɛ/ (Show IPA), c1640–c95, Spanish priest and mystic: chief exponent of quietism.
[muh-lahy-uh-neez] /məˈlaɪ əˌniz/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. Cteatus and Eurytus, the twin sons of Molione, sometimes said to have been joined at the waist. They were fathered by Poseidon and reared by Actor.
/Italian moˈliːze/ noun 1. a region of S central Italy, the second smallest of the regions: separated from Abruzzi e Molise in 1965. Capital: Campobasso. Pop: 321 047 (2003 est). Area: 4438 sq km (1731 sq miles)
[mawl] /mɔl/ adjective, German. 1. (in music) written in a minor key; minor. [mol] /mɒl/ noun, Slang. 1. . 2. Archaic. a prostitute. [mol] /mɒl/ noun 1. a female given name. /mɒl/ noun (slang) 1. the female accomplice of a gangster 2. a prostitute female proper name, shortened form of Molly, itself familiar for Mary. […]