mosh


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mosh

 (mŏsh)
intr.v. moshed, mosh·ing, mosh·es
To knock against others intentionally while dancing at a rock concert; slam-dance.

[Perhaps alteration of mash.]

mosh′er n.

mosh

(mɒʃ)
n
(Dancing) a type of dance, performed to loud rock music, in which people throw themselves about in a frantic and violent manner
vb
(Dancing) (intr) to dance in this manner
[C20: of uncertain origin]

mosh

(mɒʃ)
v.i.
Slang. to engage in a form of frenzied, violent dancing; slam-dance.
[1980–85; perhaps variant of mash]

mosh


Past participle: moshed
Gerund: moshing

Imperative
mosh
mosh
Present
I mosh
you mosh
he/she/it moshes
we mosh
you mosh
they mosh
Preterite
I moshed
you moshed
he/she/it moshed
we moshed
you moshed
they moshed
Present Continuous
I am moshing
you are moshing
he/she/it is moshing
we are moshing
you are moshing
they are moshing
Present Perfect
I have moshed
you have moshed
he/she/it has moshed
we have moshed
you have moshed
they have moshed
Past Continuous
I was moshing
you were moshing
he/she/it was moshing
we were moshing
you were moshing
they were moshing
Past Perfect
I had moshed
you had moshed
he/she/it had moshed
we had moshed
you had moshed
they had moshed
Future
I will mosh
you will mosh
he/she/it will mosh
we will mosh
you will mosh
they will mosh
Future Perfect
I will have moshed
you will have moshed
he/she/it will have moshed
we will have moshed
you will have moshed
they will have moshed
Future Continuous
I will be moshing
you will be moshing
he/she/it will be moshing
we will be moshing
you will be moshing
they will be moshing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been moshing
you have been moshing
he/she/it has been moshing
we have been moshing
you have been moshing
they have been moshing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been moshing
you will have been moshing
he/she/it will have been moshing
we will have been moshing
you will have been moshing
they will have been moshing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been moshing
you had been moshing
he/she/it had been moshing
we had been moshing
you had been moshing
they had been moshing
Conditional
I would mosh
you would mosh
he/she/it would mosh
we would mosh
you would mosh
they would mosh
Past Conditional
I would have moshed
you would have moshed
he/she/it would have moshed
we would have moshed
you would have moshed
they would have moshed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.mosh - dance the slam dance
trip the light fantastic, trip the light fantastic toe, dance - move in a pattern; usually to musical accompaniment; do or perform a dance; "My husband and I like to dance at home to the radio"
Translations
pogoën
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