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Mosa

Mosa

See also: mosa

Catalan

Proper noun

Mosa m

  1. Meuse

Italian

Etymology

From Latin Mosa, from Celtic, deriving from Proto-Celtic *mosā.

Proper noun

Mosa ?

  1. The river Meuse

Latin

Etymology

From Celtic, deriving from Proto-Celtic *mosā. Compare also Proto-Germanic *Masō (Dutch Maas), presumably from the same source.

Proper noun

Mosa m (genitive Mosae); first declension

  1. the river Meuse

Declension

First declension.

Case Singular
nominative Mosa
genitive Mosae
dative Mosae
accusative Mosam
ablative Mosā
vocative Mosa

Descendants

References


Portuguese

Proper noun

Mosa m

  1. Meuse (a river in France, Belgium and the Netherlands)

Spanish

Etymology

Borrowed from Latin Mosa.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˈmo.sa/, [ˈmo.sa]
  • Rhymes: -osa

Proper noun

Mosa m

  1. the river Meuse

Related terms

  • moseno

mosa

mosa

See also: Mosa

Pali

Alternative forms

Noun

mosa m

  1. theft

Venetian

Etymology

Compare Italian mossa

Noun

mosa f (plural mose)

  1. move, movement