Türkische aussprache moyst
, not dry
Etymologie [ 'moist ] (adjective.) 14th century. From Middle English moiste (“moist, wet", also "fresh”), from Anglo-Norman moiste and Middle French moiste (“damp, mouldy, wet”), of obscure origin and formation. Perhaps from a late variant of Latin mūcidus (“slimy, musty”) combined with a reflex of Latin mustum (“must”).