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mo·cha / ˈmōkə/ • n. 1. a fine-quality coffee. ∎  a drink or flavoring made with or in imitation of this, typically with chocolate added. ∎  a dark brown color. 2. a soft kind of leather made from sheepskin.

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Mocha (mō´kə), town (1990 est. pop. 2,000), S Yemen, a port on the Red Sea. It was noted for the export of the coffee to which it gave its name but declined as a trading port in the late 19th cent. with the rise of Hodeida and Aden.

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Mocha2 applied to fine coffee, orig. that produced in Yemen, in which Mocha (the port of shipment, at the entrance of the Red Sea) is situated. XVIII.

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mocha
1. Variety of arabica coffee.

2. Flavoured with coffee.

3. In the USA a combination of coffee and chocolate flavouring. See also mocca.

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mocha, Mocha1 variety of chalcedony. XVII (mocus, moc(h)o). poss. the same word as next.

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mochabalalaika, biker, duiker, Formica, hiker, mica, pica, pika, piker, striker •blocker, chocker, docker, Fokker, interlocker, knocker, locker, mocha, mocker, ocker, quokka, rocker, saltimbocca, shocker, soccer, stocker •vodka • polka •concha, conker, conquer, Dzongkha, plonker, stonker •Oscar • Kotka • Knickerbocker •footlocker •caulker (US calker), corker, hawker, Lorca, Majorca, Minorca, orca, porker, squawker, stalker, talker, walker, yorker •deerstalker • jaywalker • sleepwalker •streetwalker • hillwalker •shopwalker •Asoka, broker, carioca, choker, coca, croaker, evoker, invoker, joker, mediocre, ochre (US ocher), poker, provoker, revoker, Rioja, smoker, soaker, soca, Stoker, tapioca •judoka • shipbroker • stockbroker •pawnbroker • troika

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