From here you go into a Sami hut for a dinner of reindeer and moose.
The Truth About the moose He claims Chuck Heath was going to take Molly's tag And shoot a moose.
The Social Network writer and West Wing creator used to dress up as a moose to hand out pamphlets in a mall.
You could hold classes in the moose Lodge or at the Y. Classes would be large.
Forgive my candor, though such is my wont, but much like that moose on a spit, Bernie is dead.
He also owned moose Island, now Eastport, and some territory on the mainland.
Some Indian hunters once made their way north, to hunt for moose.
Let us make a likeness of one who hunts the moose or elk in some mighty wood.
Every day they went on the moose trail, but they found no moose.
For them He makes the deer and moose, for them the fishes swim, And all the fowls in woods and air are goodly gifts from Him.
1610s, from an Algonquian language, probably Narragansett moos or Abenaki moz (cf. Penobscot muns, Ojibwa mooz, Unami Delaware /mo:s/), said by early sources to be from moosu "he strips off," in reference to the animals' stripping bark for food.
A large, powerful man; hoss: The man fills a doorway. Oh, he's a big man. They should call him Bob Moose
[1940s+; fr Narraganset moos,fr moosu,''he trims or cuts smooth,'' referring to the animal's feeding on the lower banches of trees]
[Korean War armed forces; fr Japanese musume, ''girl'']