Etymology
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mocha (n.)

1773, "fine coffee," properly that produced in Yemen, from Mocha, Red Sea port of Yemen from which coffee was exported (the beans themselves grew further inland). Meaning "mixture of coffee and chocolate" is recorded by 1849. As a commercial name for a shade of dark brown, it is attested from 1895.

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Definitions of mocha

mocha (n.)
soft suede glove leather from goatskin;
mocha (n.)
a flavoring made from coffee mixed with chocolate;
mocha (n.)
a superior dark coffee made from beans from Arabia;
Synonyms: mocha coffee
mocha (n.)
a dark brown color;
From wordnet.princeton.edu