verb intr.: 1. To work hard; to toil. 2. To churn.
verb tr.: To make wet or muddy.
noun: 1. Hard work. 2. Confusion or turmoil.

ETYMOLOGY: From Old French moillier (to moisten), from Latin mollis (soft). Ultimately from the Indo-European root mel- (soft), which also gave us malt, melt, mollify, smelt, enamel, and schmaltz. Earliest documented use: 1611.


HMOIL - electronic messaging in the mountainous regions of China, Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand

MONIL - my Parisian boy friend

MNIL - I remember nothing