Definition of Mosks
1. mosk [n] - See also: mosk
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mosks
Literary usage of Mosks
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The East: Sketches of Travel in Egypt and the Holy Land by Jesse Ames Spencer (1850)
"It was, therefore, with feelings of no ordinary character, that I spent some days, in visiting such of the mosks as are accessible to Franks, ..."
2. A Handbook for Travellers in Egypt: Including Descriptions of the Course of by John Murray (Firm), John Gardner Wilkinson (1875)
"Water is also brought to the citadel by the aqueduct direct from the Nile at Old Cairo. 10. mosks, CHURCHES.—Cairo is said to contain more than 500 ..."
3. A Handbook for Travellers in Egypt: Including Descriptions of the Course of by John Murray (Firm), John Gardner Wilkinson (1873)
"mosks, CHURCHES. — Cairo is said to contain about 400 mosks. They are called Gama (or Jama, pl. ..."