The incorrect plural for Moose, primarily used by unlearned persons. The word Moose acts the same as "sheep" and "fish" and so stays the same for both plural and singular
"A herd of Moose"
"In Canada we saw lots of Moose"
by The Goose who knows his Moose September 21, 2003
The real plural of moose. Many people, including the dictionary and English teachers, will attempt to tell you that "meese" is not correct. However, please consider the following:
One goose = goose
One moose = moose
Two+ goose = geese
Two+ moose = meese?
Yes, meese is grammatically correct. Don't let them fool you.
Look at that wild flock of meese!
by delovely May 24, 2005
The REAL plural of moose. no matter what your mom or all of your friends say, they are LYING TO YOU when they tell you "meese" is not the plural of moose.
Diana: "What is the plural of moose?"
Sammie: "Meese!"
Diana: "No it's not!"
Sammie: "YES IT IS."
... and so on.
by diana shelby September 08, 2008
The plural form of moose.
by SolidSRaiden December 06, 2002
Plural. More than one moose.
Hey Wilbur, there was a whole pack of wild meese...over yonder.
by Ian C. September 10, 2005
the plural form of moose
a herd of meese
by sean gsizzle January 29, 2009
In the old Hanna-Barbera cartoon "Pixie and Dixie (and Mr. Jinks)", "meeses" is what Mr. Jinx called both mice.
"...look at them, those meeses..."
by Koby Fish June 10, 2004
Plural of moose.
Dave: "I think I see a moose over there!"

Sam: "There is two of them, two Meese!"
by Karlos32503510 June 17, 2009

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