mosh

play
verb \ ˈmäsh \

Definition of mosh

intransitive verb
:to engage in uninhibited often frenzied activities (such as intentional collision) with others near the stage at a rock concert

mosher

noun

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Origin and Etymology of mosh

perhaps alteration of mash or mush


MOSH Defined for English Language Learners

mosh

play
verb

Definition of mosh for English Language Learners

  • : to dance in a wild and rough way near the stage at a rock concert


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