a daggerlike form, especially in tracery, created by a segmental and an ogee curve so that it is pointed at one end and circular at the other.
[mooch] /mutʃ/ verb (used with or without object), noun, Slang. 1. . [mooch] /mutʃ/ Slang. verb (used with object) 1. to borrow (a small item or amount) without intending to return or repay it. 2. to get or take without paying or at another’s expense; sponge: He always mooches cigarettes. 3. to beg. 4. to […]
[moo-shwar] /muˈʃwar/ noun, plural mouchoirs [moo-shwar] /muˈʃwar/ (Show IPA). French. 1. a handkerchief.
[moo] /mu/ noun, plural moues [moo] /mu/ (Show IPA) 1. a pouting grimace. /mu/ noun 1. a disdainful or pouting look n. “pout,” 1850, from French moue “mouth, lip, pout,” from Old French moe, perhaps from Middle Dutch mouwe, with the same senses, but this could as easily be from French. As a verb from […]
[moof-lon] /ˈmuf lɒn/ noun 1. a wild sheep, Ovis musimon, inhabiting the mountainous regions of Sardinia and Corsica, the male of which has large curving horns. /ˈmuːflɒn/ noun 1. a wild short-fleeced mountain sheep, Ovis musimon, of Corsica and Sardinia