moss

  • 1 Moss — (m[o^]s; 115), n. [OE. mos; akin to AS. me[ o]s, D. mos, G. moos, OHG. mos, mios, Icel. mosi, Dan. mos, Sw. mossa, Russ. mokh , L. muscus. Cf. {Muscoid}.] 1. (Bot.) A cryptogamous plant of a cellular structure, with distinct stem and simple… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 2 Moss FK — Moss Full name Moss Fotballklubb Nickname(s) Kællane (The Lads) Founded August 28, 1906 Ground …

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  • 3 Moss M.A.1 — at Blackpool (Squires Gate) airport on 27 August 1949 wearing racing No. 26 Role light …

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  • 4 Moss M.A.2 — G AFMS at Coventry (Baginton) airport on 19 June 1954 Role two seat sporting aircraft …

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  • 5 moss — (n.) O.E. meos moss, related to mos bog, from P.Gmc. *musan (Cf. O.H.G. mios, Dan. mos, Ger. Moos), also in part from O.N. mosi moss, bog, and M.L. mossa moss, from the same Germanic source, from PIE *meus damp, with derivatives ref …

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  • 6 Moss IL — Full name Moss Idrettslag Founded 1929 Ground Melløs Stadion Moss Moss Idrettslag is a Norwegian athletics club from Moss, founded in 1929. Moss IL uses the Melløs Stadion, which in 1983 got rubber track as t …

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  • 7 Moss FK — Voller Name Moss Fotballklubb Gegründet 28. August 1906 Stadio …

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  • 8 MOSS (R.) — Rosalind L. B. MOSS 1890 1990 Fille du révérend H. W. Moss, directeur de l’école de Shrewsburg (sur le Severn, Angleterre), miss Rosalind Moss, née en septembre 1890, a achevé à Oxford, presque centenaire, une exceptionnelle carrière de… …

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  • 9 moss|y — «MS ee, MOS », adjective, moss|i|er, moss|i|est. 1. covered with moss or a mosslike substance: »a mossy bank. A wood of mossy distorted trees (Francis Parkman). 2. like moss: » …

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  • 10 moss — moss; moss·berry; moss·er; moss·ery; moss·ite; moss·man; …

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  • 11 moss — [môs, mäs] n. [ME mos, a bog, moss < OE, a swamp, akin to ON mosi, Ger moos, a bog, moss < IE * meus (> L muscus, moss) < base * meu , moist] 1. a) any of various classes (esp. Bryopsida) of very small, green bryophytes having stems… …

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  • 12 Moss — Moss, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Mossed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Mossing}.] To cover or overgrow with moss. [1913 Webster] An oak whose boughs were mossed with age. Shak. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 13 MOSS — may refer to:* Map Overlay and Statistical System, Early public domain GIS system * Market Oriented Sector Selective talks, trade negotiations held between the United States and Japan in 1984 * Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, the current …

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  • 14 Moss — Moss, Stadt im südlichen Norwegen, Amt Smaalenene, an der Ostseite des Christianiafjords und an der Staatsbahnlinie Christiania Frederikshald, hat mehrere Fabriken, bedeutende Holzausfuhr und (1900) 8930 Einw. M. ist Sitz eines deutschen… …

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  • 15 Moss — m 1 English (also Jewish): from the usual medieval form of MOSES (SEE Moses) or, among Gentiles, transferred use of the English surname derived from Moses. 2 Welsh: in recent years it has also been used as a short form of MOSTYN (SEE Mostyn) …

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  • 16 moss — [mɔs US mo:s] n [U and C] [: Old English; Origin: mos wet ground ] a very small green plant that grows in a thick soft furry mass on wet soil, trees, or rocks >mossy adj ▪ a high, mossy wall …

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  • 17 moss — [ mɔs ] noun count or uncount a soft green or brown plant that grows in a layer on wet ground, rocks, or trees …

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  • 18 Moss — Fréquent en Grande Bretagne, le nom peut avoir deux sens différents : soit une autre forme de Moses (= Moïse), soit un toponyme signifiant tourbière …

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  • 19 MOSS — (Member of the Same Sex) mÉ”s /mÉ’s person of the same gender (Internet) …

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  • 20 möss — möss·bau·er; …

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