[mok-suh] /ˈmɒk sə/
a flammable substance or material obtained from the leaves of certain Chinese and Japanese wormwood plants, especially Artemisia moxa.
this substance or a similar one of cotton, wool, or the like, placed on the skin usually in the form of a cone or cylinder and ignited for use as a counterirritant.
a downy material obtained from various plants and used in Oriental medicine by being burned on the skin as a cauterizing agent or counterirritant for the skin
any of various plants yielding this material, such as the wormwood Artemisia chinensis
moxa mox·a (mŏk’sə)
A cone or cylinder of cotton wool or other combustible material, placed on the skin and ignited in order to produce counterirritation.
/ˌmɒksɪˈbʌstʃən/ noun 1. a method of treatment, originally in Chinese medicine, in which a moxa is burned on the skin
[mok-see] /ˈmɒk si/ noun, Slang. 1. vigor; verve; pep. 2. courage and aggressiveness; nerve. 3. skill; know-how. /ˈmɒksɪ/ noun 1. (US & Canadian, slang) courage, nerve, or vigour n. “courage,” 1930, from Moxie, brand name of a bitter, non-alcoholic drink, 1885, perhaps as far back as 1876 as the name of a patent medicine advertised […]
/ˈmɔɪjə/ noun 1. (John) Hidalgo. 1920–94, British architect: in partnership with Philip Powell, his designs include Skylon, Festival of Britain (1950), Wolfson College, Oxford (1974), and the Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre, Westminster (1986)
[mwa-ye nahzh] /mwa yɛ ˈnɑʒ/ noun, French. 1. .