[moo-jah-he-deen] /muˌdʒɑ hɛˈdin/
plural noun, (sometimes initial capital letter)
Muslim guerrilla fighters, especially in Afghanistan and Iran.
n. also mujahideen, 1958, in a Pakistani context, from Persian and Arabic, plural of mujahid “one who fights in a jihad” (q.v.); in modern use, “Muslim guerilla insurgent.”
[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
[mooj-tah-hid] /mudʒˈtɑ hɪd/ noun, Islam. 1. a person who has been certified as capable of interpreting religious law.
[moo-kal-uh] /muˈkæl ə/ noun 1. a seaport in SE Yemen, on the Gulf of Aden.