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Spell Check of moss

Correct spelling: moss

Definition of moss:

  1. 1. A delicate, low- growing, cryptogamous plant of the class Musci. 2. Popularly any one of a number of lichens and seaweeds.
  2. To cover with moss.
  3. A natural order of small herbaceous plants, the musci; a cryptogamic plant; a bog; a place where peat is found.

Common misspellings for moss:

mosks.

Moss \m(o)-ss\

Meaning:
saviour
Origin:
English
Details:
Moss as a boy's name is of English origin, and the meaning of Moss is "saviour". Variant of Moses or possibly a place name for a mossy locale. Director and playwright Moss Hart.
Related names:
Maurice, morris.
Meaning:
Maurice, morris, mays, Mose, Mosie, Moise.
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Quotes for moss:

  1. Travel and society polish one, but a rolling stone gathers no moss, and a little moss is a good thing on a man.
  2. Whether I sound like Sammy or not is purely coincidence. You have got to hand it to him, he sings his ass off. There is no moss on that stone.
  3. And that's why, you know, it's players like Randy Moss that unfortunately put a stain on the entire league.
  4. If I had been around when Rubens was painting, I would have been revered as a fabulous model. Kate Moss? Well, she would have been the paintbrush.
  5. Dick Moss, my agent. Dick became my agent in 1979 when I signed my contract with the Houston Astros.

Rhymes for moss:

  1. coss, dross, poss, oss, bloss, gloss, cross, ros, koss, fross, yoss, goss, cos, los, joss, sauce, noss, loss, dos, doss, pross, toss, ploss, cros, boss, soss, voss;
  2. lacrosse, amoss, across, recross, exhausts, emboss;
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