noun, plural (especially collectively) mo·la, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) mo·las.
LEARN THE SPANISH WORDS FOR THESE COMMON ANIMALS!
Origin of mola1
Words nearby mola
Definition for mola (2 of 2)
noun, plural mo·las [moh-luhz; Spanish maw-lahs]. /ˈmoʊ ləz; Spanish ˈmɔ lɑs/.
Origin of mola2
Example sentences from the Web for mola
Left Mola at half-past seven and got here at ten minutes after seven.The Greville Memoirs|Charles C. F. Greville
Mola, we are surprised to find ranked as Swiss; for he is altogether, in art, Italian.
This fish (Orthagoriscus mola), which we know as the Sun-fish, has been repeatedly taken here.Notes and Letters on the Natural History of Norfolk|Thomas Browne
If the ascent to Mola is difficult, what can be said of the coming down?Vistas in Sicily|Arthur Stanley Riggs
No doubt the mola of Domesday Book consisted of one pair of stones connected by rude gearing with a water-wheel.