Definition of Mesha in US English:

Mesha

noun

Archaeology
  • Attributive Designating a monument erected in the 9th cent. b.c. by Mesha, king of the Moabites, and bearing an early inscription in the Moabite language. Especially in "Mesha stone".

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in The Athenaeum. From the name of Mesha (Hebrew Mēšaʿ: 2 Kings 3:4), king of the Moabites 870–840 b.c..

Pronunciation

Mesha

/ˈmɛʃə/