Origin of moa
Examples from the Web for moa
I was aware of the helmeted figure of Moa casting off Anita—and then the two girls leaping together upon Miko.
It was a regular mill—the gizzard of a Moa—full of pebbles as big as hickory nuts.The Adventures of a Grain of Dust|Hallam Hawksworth
I was thinking, Moa, when we land at the Moon to-morrow—where is our equipment?
On one occasion he took three of our officers to Moa, a native town situated near the south-east extremity of the island.Cruise of the 'Alert'|R. W. Coppinger
Moa sat at my elbow; her eyes, with what seemed a glow of admiration in them, followed my busy routine activities.
British Dictionary definitions for moa
Word Origin for moa
Word Origin and History for moa
extinct, flightless bird of New Zealand, 1842, native Maori name.