Learn how to say Moire correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word moire:
silk fabric that has been subjected to heat and pressure rollers after weaving to give it a rippled appearance:
a backless dress fashioned out of moire in the new fashionable colour
many brocades and moires have a high acetate content
(of silk) having a rippled, lustrous finish.
having a pattern of irregular wavy lines like that of moire:
another video picture defect is the flickering moiré effect seen on finely patterned surfaces
mid 17th century: French moire ‘mohair’ (the original fabric); the variant moiré ‘given a watered appearance’ (past participle of moirer, from moire)