any one of various green, often tiny, nonvascular flowers for the class Musci associated with division Bryophyta.
A patch or covering of these flowers.
Any of many other not related flowers having the same appearance or types of growth, including the club moss, Irish moss, and Spanish moss.
A bog; a swamp.
any one of numerous small green plants growing on the ground or on surfaces of woods, stones etc.; now particularly, a plant associated with unit Bryophyta (formerly Musci).
a kind or types of these types of plant.
A cryptogamous plant of a cellular structure, with distinct stem and simple leaves. The fruit is a little pill often starting by an apical top, and so discharging the spores. There are lots of types, collectively termed Musci, growing on planet, on rocks, and trunks of woods, etc., and some in working water.
A bog; a morass; a place containing peat.
a little herbaceous plant associated with the natural order Musci, with simple or branching stems and numerous usually slim leaves: frequently applied to a matted mass of such flowers developing together; additionally, in well-known usage, any small cryptogamic plant, specially a lichen: as, Iceland moss, club-moss, rock-moss, coral-moss, etc., and sometimes little matted phanerogams, as Pyxidanthera.
cash: in allusion on proverb, “a moving rock gathers no moss.”
A swamp or bog; specifically, a peatbog or a tract of such bogs; also, peat.