[<< wiktionary] Mosaic
== English ==


=== Etymology ===
From Middle French mosaïque, moysaique, and its source, post-classical Latin Mosaicus (5th century), from Latin Moses.


=== Adjective ===
Mosaic

Pertaining to Moses, or the writings and traditions attributed to him. [from 17th c.]
1791, Thomas Paine, Rights of Man:
The Mosaic account of the creation, whether taken as divine authority, or merely historical, is full to this point, the unity or equality of man.


==== Translations ====


=== Anagrams ===
Amicos, Samoic