- of, relating to, or characteristic of a pre-Inca culture that flourished on the northern coast of Peru from the 3rd century b.c. to the 7th century a.d. and is especially noted for fine pottery vessels with stirrup spouts, some bearing drawings of all aspects of cultural life.
Also Moc·he [moh-chey; Spanish maw-che] /ˈmoʊ tʃeɪ; Spanish ˈmɔ tʃɛ/.
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Examples from the Web for moche
Yes, quod he, I wyll do as moche for the as for myn owne brother.Shakespeare Jest-Books;
So moche Italie was adorned, and beautified with the cunnyng of the Grecians.A booke called the Foundacion of Rhetorike
Remember all that, signor, and say is it in conscience too moche?The Cock and Anchor
Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
Ve sit down to suppair—I nevair did ate so moche in my life.Handy Andy, Volume 2 (of 2)
"Not moche," said LeNoir, for it was he, with a grand salute.The Man From Glengarry