noun, plural moues
[moo] /mu/ (Show IPA)
a pouting grimace.
a disdainful or pouting look
“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 1909.
[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
[mawt] /mɔt/ South Midland and Southern U.S. 1. a simple past tense of 1 .
[moo-yey] /muˈyeɪ/ adjective, Phonetics. 1. palatal or palatalized, especially referring to sounds spelled ll and ñ in Spanish, gl and gn in Italian, etc. 2. (of French sounds) spelled l or ll and pronounced as a y sound. /ˈmwiːeɪ/ adjective 1. (phonetics) palatalized, as in the sounds represented by Spanish ll or ñ, Italian gl […]
[moo-zhik, moo-zhik] /muˈʒɪk, ˈmu ʒɪk/ noun 1. . [moo-zhik, moo-zhik] /muˈʒɪk, ˈmu ʒɪk/ noun 1. a Russian peasant. /ˈmuːʒɪk/ noun 1. a variant spelling of muzhik /ˈmuːʒɪk/ noun 1. a Russian peasant, esp under the tsars