[mee-shee-uh] /ˈmi ʃi ə/
an ancient country in S Europe, S of the Danube and N of ancient Thrace and Macedonia: later a Roman province.
[mee-soh-goth, -suh-] /ˈmi soʊˌgɒθ, -sə-/ noun 1. one of the Christianized Goths who settled in Moesia in the 4th century a.d.
[mee-soh-goth-ik, -suh-] /ˌmi soʊˈgɒθ ɪk, -sə-/ adjective 1. of or relating to the Moesogoths or their language.
[moh-fet; French maw-fet] /moʊˈfɛt; French mɔˈfɛt/ noun 1. a noxious emanation, consisting chiefly of carbon dioxide, escaping from the earth in regions of nearly extinct volcanic activity. 2. one of the openings or fissures from which this emanation issues. /məʊˈfɛt/ noun 1. an opening in a region of nearly extinct volcanic activity, through which carbon […]