enPR|mÅsh, IPA|/mÊ�Ê�/, SAMPA|/mVS/
audio|en-us-mush.ogg|Audio (US), audio|en-us-mush-2.ogg|Audio (US)
- uncountable A mess, often of food; a soft or semisolid substance.
#: Mom said to add the potatoes to the mush.
- To squish so as to break into smaller pieces or to combine with something else.
#:He mushed the ingredients together.
From Romani. #Romani|mush man.
Take Our Word for It Issue 101, accessed on 2005-05-09
- context|UK|primarily Southern England|slang you
#:*"'Oy, mush! Get out of it!'<br>That's what we'd say<br>Barging the locals<br>Out of the way"<br>— MAUREEN AND DOREEN AND NOREEN AND ME, Peculiar Poems, 1
#:*"When I'm around it's not uncommon for someone to call me and say :'Oy mush, get your bum over here and give us a hand.'" — THE ONCE AND FUTURE KING: In Which King Arthur Uther Pendragon Grants An Interview 2
Spanish: che italbrac|River Plate, gÃ¼ey italbrac|Mexico, tÃo italbrac|Spain, tronco italbrac|Spain
Simple contraction of mushroom.
- context|Quebecois English|slang magic mushrooms
trans-top|slang: magic mushrooms
Spanish: champi (slang)
From OHG. muos and Gael. mus or muss, â��a papâ��, â��a porridgeâ��, or any thick preparation of fruit.
- A food comprising cracked or rolled grains cooked in water or milk, porridge.
trans-top|A food comprising cracked or rolled grains cooked in water or milk, porridge
Spanish: gachas de harina de maÃz
Believed to be a contraction of mush on, in turn a corruption of F. marchons!, the cry of the voyageurs and coureurs de bois to their dogs.
- A directive given (usually to dogs or a horse) to start moving, or to move faster.
#: When the lone cowboy saw the indians, he yelled mush, cha, giddyup!
trans-top|directive to start moving
Spanish: andando, vamos
- A walk, especially across the snow with dogs.
- intransitive To walk, especially across the snow with dogs.
- context|UK|primarily Northern England|slang The face
#:*"My ugly mush finally found its way onto the www, but not in the manner to which I deserved." — 3
#:*2002:"I grew my face fungus to cover up an ugly mush." — 4
#:*"and your bird has an ugly mush" — 5
trans-top|slang: the face
Spanish: jeta f, cardo m
Category:English intransitive verbs
Category:English words which may have multiple etymologies