moussaka[mo̵̅o̅ sä′kə, mo̵̅o̅′sä kä′]
moussaka definition by Webster's New World
Origin: Modern Greek
moussaka definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Origin: Serbo-Croatian, from Turkish mussakka, from colloquial Egyptian Arabic musaqqa‘a, chilled, moussaka, feminine passive participle of saqqa‘a, to chill, variant of ṣaqqa‘a, from ṣaq‘a, cold, frost, from ṣaqi‘a, to be white; see ṣqע in Semitic roots.