[moh-lee] /ˈmoʊ li/
noun, plural molies. Classical Mythology.
an herb given to Odysseus by Hermes to counteract the spells of Circe.
[mol-ee] /ˈmɒl i/
noun (pl) -lies
(Greek myth) a magic herb given by Hermes to Odysseus to nullify the spells of Circe
a liliaceous plant, Allium moly, that is native to S Europe and has yellow flowers in a dense cluster
1570s, fabulous magical herb with white flowers and black root, given by Hermes to Odysseus as protection against Circe’s sorcery, of unknown origin.
[muh-lib-deyt] /məˈlɪb deɪt/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a salt of any acid. /mɒˈlɪbdeɪt/ noun 1. a salt or ester of a molybdic acid
noun, Chemistry. 1. a pigment consisting of a solid solution of sulfate, molybdate, and chromate compounds of lead.
[muh-lib-duh-nahyt] /məˈlɪb dəˌnaɪt/ noun 1. a soft, graphitelike mineral, molybdenum sulfide, MoS 2 , occurring in foliated masses or scales: the principal ore of molybdenum. /mɒˈlɪbdɪˌnaɪt/ noun 1. a soft grey mineral consisting of molybdenum sulphide in hexagonal crystalline form with rhenium as an impurity: the main source of molybdenum and rhenium. Formula: MoS2 molybdenite […]
[muh-lib-duh-noh-sis] /məˌlɪb dəˈnoʊ sɪs/ noun, Veterinary Pathology. 1. a disease of ruminants, especially cattle, caused by dietary intake of excessive with resultant copper deficiency, characterized by persistent diarrhea and, especially around the eyes, a fading of coat pigment.