noun, plural Mo·mus·es, Mo·mi [moh-mahy] /ˈmoʊ maɪ/ for 2.
Origin of Momus
Examples from the Web for momi
On the western coast there are said to be two, one in Vitongo and the other in Momi.The Fijians|Basil Thomson
noun plural -muses or -mi (-maɪ)
"humorously disagreeable person," 1560s, from Latin, from Greek Momos, nme of the god of ridicule and sarcasm (Greek momos, literally "blame, ridicule, disgrace," of unknown origin); also used in English as personification of fault-finding and captious criticism.