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Oxford dictionary definition of the word moth:
an insect with two pairs of broad wings covered in microscopic scales, typically drably coloured and held flat when at rest. Moths are chiefly nocturnal, and lack the clubbed antennae of butterflies.
Most superfamilies of the order Lepidoptera. Formerly placed in a grouping known as the Heterocera
informal a clothes moth.
like a moth to the flame
with an irresistible attraction for someone or something:
he drew women to him like moths to the flame
Old English moththe, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch mot and German Motte