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mosk (plural mosks)
- Rare form of mosque.
1846, Henry Keppel, The Expedition to Borneo, HTML edition, The Gutenberg Project, published 2007:
- Should the English hoist their flag here, a new factory must be erected; the most eligible situation for which would be where the mosk now stands, or the mosk itself might be converted into one, and another rebuilt elsewhere; but to this the sultan has insuperable objections. In an English fort, to think to have a mosk open to the ingress of a large body of Malays at all times is wholly incompatible with a certain reserve and security required from it.
1900, Richard F. Burton, Supplement Nights to The Book of the Thousand And One Nights, Vol 6, Online edition, The Gutenberg Project, published 2002:
- Then I left the mosk and began to promenade the quarters and the streets ...
2009 October 27, Nicole Johnson, “Heart for Haniville”, in TravelPod, retrieved 2012-07-25:
- But that was a cool experience, we are going to be visiting a mosk too sometime soon.