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Definition of Musha
1. expressing surprise [interj]
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Literary usage of Musha
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Triumphs of the Cross by Edward Payson Tenney (1895)
"Village free schools were opened, and their teachers KASHU musha BENJAMEN. A NESTORIAN PASTOR AND HIS FAMILY. He has been a preacher for thirty-seven years: ..."
2. A Picnic Party in Wildest Africa: Being a Sketch of a Winter's Trip to Some by C. W. L. Bulpett (1907)
"IT had been apparent to all of us for some time that the caravan, as at present constituted, would be totally unfit to explore the Boma and musha plateaux. ..."
3. Putnam's Magazine: Original Papers on Literature, Science, Art, and National by John Walter Osborne (1870)
"musha whack fa rowdy dow, "Whack row for raddy O. There's whisky in the jug. ... musha whack fa rowdy dow, &C. I got a handsome penny, and I put it in my ..."