moya

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Etymology[edit]

Said by Century to have originally been applied to mud formed by Pichincha near Quito and to derive from a South American language.

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moya (uncountable)

  1. (obsolete) Flowing mud associated with a volcanic eruption (especially in South America), formed when snow or a lake near a volcano is disrupted, or when rain or steam mixes with soil or ash during an eruption. [1800s until the 1930s]

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Buruwai[edit]

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moya

  1. water

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