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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
▪ Mirdza is busy supervising the setting out of desserts and slicing a beautifully decorated mocha and almond torte.
▪ Then there's that chocolate mocha and peanut crunch mousse that manages to find its way to my nearly-full stomach.
The Collaborative International Dictionary

Mocha \Mo"cha\, n.

  1. A seaport town of Yemen, on the Red Sea, also spelled Mukha.

  2. A variety of coffee originally brought from Mocha.

  3. An Abyssinian weight, equivalent to a Troy grain.

  4. A flavoring made from an infusion of coffee or of a combination of coffee with chocolate or cocoa.

  5. A color of a deep chocolate brown.

    Mocha stone (Min.), moss agate.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

1733, "fine coffee," from Mocha, Red Sea port of Yemen, from which coffee was exported. Meaning "mixture of coffee and chocolate" first recorded 1849. As a shade of dark brown, it is attested from 1895.


a. Of a dark brown colour, like that of mocha coffee. n. 1 (context countable English) A coffee drink with chocolate syrup added, or a serving thereof; a caffè mocha. 2 A strong Arabian coffee 3 A coffee and chocolate mixed flavour 4 A dark brown colour, like that of mocha coffee. 5 An Abyssinian weight, equivalent to a Troy grain.

  1. n. soft suede glove leather from goatskin

  2. flavoring made from mixed coffee and chocolate

  3. superior dark coffee made from beans from Arabia


Mocha may refer to:

Mocha (decompiler)

Mocha is a Java decompiler, which allows programmers to translate a program's bytecode into source code.

A beta version of Mocha was released in 1996, by Dutch developer Hanpeter van Vliet, alongside an obfuscator named Crema. A controversy erupted and he temporarily withdrew Mocha from public distribution. As of 2009 the program is still available for distribution, and may be used freely as long as it is not modified. Borland's JBuilder includes a decompiler based on Mocha. Van Vliet's websites went offline as he died of cancer on December 31, 1996 at the age of 34.

Mocha (dancer)

Margaux Uson (born May 17, 1982), known professionally as Mocha Uson and Mocha, is a Filipino singer, dancer and model best known for her work as lead vocalist for the Mocha Girls.

Mocha (JavaScript framework)

Mocha is a JavaScript test framework running on node.js, featuring browser support, asynchronous testing, test coverage reports, and use of any assertion library.

Usage examples of "mocha".

When I went on board ship with the Bailo Jean Dona, I found another case given to me by him, containing two quintals of the best Mocha coffee, one hundred pounds of tobacco leaves, two large flagons filled, one with Zabandi tobacco, the other with camussa, and a magnificent pipe tube of jessamine wood, covered with gold filigrane, which I sold in Corfu for one hundred sequins.

The kippers had of course been brought from home, but the perfectly fresh eggs, butter, cream and veal cutlets were from the island of Brazza itself and the new sack of true Mocha from a friendly Turkish ship encountered off the Bocche di Cattaro.

Sometimes too we have been known to follow the Blue Nile upstream and cross over the mountains of Gonder into Addis Ababa and points beyond, even ranging as far as sea-ports where ivory-boats set their sails for Mocha.

A grande Amaretto Cappuccino, a Mocha Frappuccino, and a Caramel Macchiato landed in my four-cup carrier, along with a half-dozen muffins and croissants.

He pulled out two whipped mocha cappuccinos, handed one to Tanny, and arched an eyebrow at Shannon.

I wanna be sure you have plenty of coin to buy me the biggest, priciest mocha Frappuccino on the menu.

He congratulated the grandmotherly creator of the inside-out marble mocha whipped cream cake, the vivacious young matron with her brazil nut caramel angel cake, the delicate young man who was so proud of his sour cream chocolate velvet icebox cake, and finally the winner in the teenage class.

Neil arrived with a double mocha latte and a large cup of black coffee.

She made Guy chicken Marengo and vitello tonnato, baked a mocha layer cake and a jarful of butter cookies.

As it came closer to the arc lights, Kieran saw the gleam from the twin silver cylinders angling upward like gun barrels but supporting a curved cradle, and identified it as the mobile hydraulic ram used to elevate a Mocha from horizontal to vertical attitude for booster launching.

It was Mocha coffee, bitter and wonderfully refreshing, and as I sipped the scalding liquid I told him the whole story of my journey and all that had happened.

Nothing there for me unless smoked salmon, water biscuits and Mocha coffee held a hidden meaning, which I doubted.

He chatted Liz up while they sipped expensive caffe mochas, lattes, whatever.

He tapped an order for two mochas, caught the bulbs as they dropped from the slot, and handed one to Teela.

The Southerns occasionally laid over on Mocha, but there was no colony.