pl. mo′las or mo′la
Origin of molaModern Latin ; from L, a millstone (see mill): so named from its rough skin and round shape
a fabric made by Panamanian Indians with designs cut through several layers, used for clothing, wall hangings, etc.
nounpl. mola or mo·las
See ocean sunfish.
Origin of molaLatin, millstone (from its shape and rough skin); see mel&schwa;- in Indo-European roots.
A colorful fabric panel of Central American origin that is sewn with a reverse-appliqué technique and is used for decorative purposes, as on clothing or furniture or as a wall hanging.
Origin of molaKuna, clothing, blouse, mola.
Latin for millstone, probably from the fish's shape and rough skin.