Phonet. palatalized, as the sound of Spanish ñ in cañon or French ll in fille
Origin of mouilléFr, past participle of mouiller, to moisten from Vulgar Latin an unverified form molliare from Classical Latin mollis, soft: see mollify
Pronounced as a palatal sound, as the ll in French fille.
Origin of mouilleFrench past participle of mouiller to moisten, palatalize from Old French moillier to soften by soaking ; see moil .
(comparative more mouillÃ©, superlative most mouillÃ©)
French, wet, moist.