[muhs-kuh-vee] /ˈmʌs kə vi/
Also called Grand Duchy of Muscovy. a principality founded c1271 and centered on the ancient city of . Its rulers gradually gained control over the neighboring Great Russian principalities and established the Russian Empire under the czars.
a Russian principality (13th to 16th centuries), of which Moscow was the capital
an archaic name for Russia, Moscow
from French Moscovie, from Modern Latin Moscovia, old name of Russia, from Russian Moskova “(Principality of) Moscow.” In Muscovy duck (1650s) and certain other uses it is a corruption of musk. Related: Muscovite.
[muhs-kyuh-ler] /ˈmʌs kyə lər/ adjective 1. of or relating to or the : muscular strain. 2. dependent on or affected by the : muscular strength. 3. having well-developed ; brawny. 4. vigorously and forcefully expressed, executed, performed, etc., as if by the use of a great deal of muscular power: a muscular response to terrorism. […]
noun 1. a large, crested, wild duck, Cairina moschata, of tropical America, that has been widely domesticated. noun 1. a large crested widely domesticated South American duck, Cairina moschata, having a greenish-black plumage with white markings and a large red caruncle on the bill
- Muscular anesthesia
muscular anesthesia n. Loss of muscle sense, specifically, loss of the ability to determine the position of a limb or to distinguish differences in weight.
- Muscular asthenopia
muscular asthenopia n. Asthenopia due to imbalance of the extrinsic ocular muscles.