Definition of mosh in English:

mosh

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Pronunciation: /mɒʃ
 
/

verb

[no object] informal
Dance to rock music in a violent manner involving jumping up and down and deliberately colliding with other dancers: the boys began to mosh, slamming shoulder to shoulder with abandon
More example sentences
  • It's a rare pleasure to see a crowd that isn't moshing or pogoing, but actually dancing.
  • I like to dance so I find hip-hop better music to dance to than punk; I can only mosh and jump around for so long.
  • Zack jumped in and started moshing with everyone else.

Origin

1980s: perhaps from mash or mush1.

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