mosh


Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Acronyms, Idioms, Wikipedia.

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
References in periodicals archive ?
Mosh focuses her practice on employee-benefits law, with an emphasis on qualified retirement plans and executive and deferred compensation arrangements.
"But due to the jostling in the mosh pit they simply didn't realise they had been targeted.
The audience (including myself) was largely of a certain age and for me, in that mosh pit, it was at times like stepping back to the clubs of the 80s and 90s all over again.
And Burnley keeper Heaton believes their Mosh Pit play is a slice of throwback football that rattles opponents.
After walking in just two rows from the back it was like being in a mosh pit [with] paralytic 30-stone men falling over [and] children being elbowed in the face.
This years MOSH summit bears the theme: Managing work-related stress for a healthier and safer workplace.
SGS's Analysis of Mineral Oil Components in Food will help manufacturers identify MOH in food and separately measure MOSH and MOAH levels.
I love Ian Mosh floaty dresses for wearing at summer festivals.
Hardcore and metal crowds are amazing to watch, they look like they are knocking lumps out of each other in the mosh pits but everyone adheres to mosh pit etiquette.