A constellation in the polar region of the Southern Hemisphere near Apus and Carina.
(place, proper) A S constellation near Crux.
Origin of musca
From Latin muscafly
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Musca Sentence Examples
Apart from the house-fly proper (Musca domestica), which in England is the usual one, several species of flies are commonly found in houses; e.g.
In ordinary parlance fly is often used in the sense of the common house-fly (Musca domestica); and by English colonists and sportsmen in South Africa in that of a species of tsetse-fly (Glossin g), or a tract of country ("belt") in which these insects abound (see Tsetse-Fly).
The bazaar fly Musca sorbens lays its eggs in human feces that can be contaminated with trachoma bacteria.