a word used to describe an inhabitant of the inner west
common characteristics include
- a mother with exquisite cooking techniques (although, bel's mother will ALWAYS be superior)
- uses words not otherwise known to the english language, ie wey
- appears in public wearing odd blue glasses
- possess little to no understanding of the wonder of The Shire
- also commonly refers to self by pretentious initials
- generally has red hair ( a ranga ), but refuses to admit to existence of their genetic disorder
- one that likes to pimp in shays sunnies and an elvis belt
"hey look at that guy, he's semi attractive"
"nah, check out those glasses, he's majorly moses"
"ohmygod! check out that guy! look at his red hair!"
"yeah, i know, clearly moses..."
A real cool guy. Duped the Egyptians into thinking he was royalty, then ran away after killing one of them. Famous quote: "Let my people go!" Moses' people were the enslaved Israelites. Together they crossed the Red Sea using the Force, but the Egyptians were dumbasses and could neither use the Force nor swim worth a damn. Moses would be a saint if he had been in the New Testament, but instead he's Jewish. Not to be confused with Moses Malone, basketball star.
Moses means 'drawn from the reeds.' It is debated whether or not Moses Malone was drawn from the reeds, too.
One of the hippest Jews on the planet, like Jesus and Woody Allen.
Yo moses, howzit goin homeslice!
verb. The action in which a group of pedestrians, waiting at the crosswalk, is led by a single vigilante pedestrian across the intersection during a "DO NOT CROSS" period.
A qualified moses must be transpired before the cross walk indicator turns green when the mosecian is at halfway point between the sidewalks, or middle of the intersection.
1.) That rebel just pulled a moses on us, and now we're going to get run over.
2.) Dude, I'm going to pull a moses and stop traffic.
A Jewish man mentioned exclusively in Exodus, Deuteronomy, part of Numbers and refered to in many other parts of the Bible. As a boy, the Egyptian Pharoh ordered the death of all male babies. His parents helped him to escape, and he became a member of the Pharoh's family once found by the Pharoh's wife.more...
Heard God's voice and commands and, through his faith and God's power, was able to meet the Pharoh, attempt to persuade him to allow the Jewish slaves to leave, but was forced to bring ten plauges upon the Pharoh's empire. The last one killed the Pharoh's eldest boy, and he ordered Moses and all the Jewish people to get out of his country. Later, the Pharoh regretted his decision, and chased after Moses with the full Egyptian army.
This is where Moses becomes famous. At the border of the Red Sea, he and his people were cut off, blocked by the sea and the Egyptians, who were fended off the day before by a tornado of fire. Moses orders the sea to step aside, and, through the power of God, it does. All the Jewish people cross the dry seabed, followed closely by the Pharoh's army. When the last Jew is on the other side, the sea closes back up again, engulfing and violently drowning the Pharoh's army.
God had promised the Jews a fertile land that was perfect for them. However, when they reached it, the scouts saw it and the people in it. They wildly exaggerated the size of these people, calling them giants, and, for their unfaithfulness, all twelve Jewish tribes, includ...
a prince of ancient Egypt (c. -1500) who wound up on the wrong side of Palace politics and joined up with a group of semites being driven from Egypt by the return of pharaonic government.
"Moses" means 'son' in Egyptian, as in Pharaoh Thutmoses ("son of Thoth") and Pharaoh Ramoses ("son of Ra").
21 And the LORD said unto Moses, When thou goest to return into Egypt, see that thou do all those wonders before Pharaoh, which I have put in thine hand: but I will harden his heart, that he shall not let the people go.
22 And thou shalt say unto Pharaoh, Thus saith the LORD, Israel is my son, even my firstborn:
23 And I say unto thee, Let my son go, that he may serve me: and if thou refuse to let him go, behold, I will slay thy son, even thy firstborn.
24 And it came to pass by the way in the inn, that the LORD met him, and sought to kill him.
25 Then Zipporah took a sharp stone, and cut off the foreskin of her son, and cast it at his feet, and said, Surely a bloody husband art thou to me.
(verb) The act of walking directly at one or more people with the intention of forcing them to diverge from their path so you can continue with yours. An allusion to the biblical tale of moses seperating the Red Sea.
While walking the hallways, we mosesed the oncoming hoards of people as to not be slowed down.
It is important to make sure you let your opponent know that you have no intention of letting them pass while you moses through the crowd.
A very attractive guy. Usually really good in bed. He's really funny and knows how to have a good time.
Damn did you see Moses?? he's looking pretty damn good tonite