Other Forms FormsMoschoula (Μοσχούλα; diminutive), Moschos (Μόσχος; masculine; Latinized form Moschus)
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Derived from Greek μόσχος (moschos), which meant "a young shoot, calf" and "musk". Moscho was one of the Forty Holy Virgin Martyrs who are celebrated on September 1. Bearer Moscho Tzavela (1760-1803) was a Greek-Souliote heroine of the years before the Greek War of Independence.