[muhm-ferd] /ˈmʌm fərd/
Lewis, 1895–1990, U.S. author and social scientist.
Lewis. 1895–1990, US sociologist, whose works are chiefly concerned with the relationship between man and his environment. They include The City in History (1962) and Roots of Contemporary Architecture (1972)
[moo-min] /ˈmu mɪn/ noun, Islam. 1. one of the devout.
/ˈmʌməsɪt; -ˌsɛt/ noun 1. an imitation West Country accent used in drama
[muhm-uh-ree] /ˈmʌm ə ri/ noun, plural mummeries. 1. the performance of . 2. any performance, ceremony, etc., regarded as absurd, false, or ostentatious. /ˈmʌmərɪ/ noun (pl) -meries 1. a performance by mummers 2. hypocritical or ostentatious ceremony n. 1520s, “performance of mumming,” from Old French mommerie, from momer (see mummer). Transferred sense of “ridiculous ceremony […]
[muhm-i-chog] /ˈmʌm ɪˌtʃɒg/ noun, Coastal New England. 1. a silver and black killifish, Fundulus heteroclitus, found in fresh, brackish, and salt water along the Atlantic coast of the U.S.