American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- The symbol for the element molybdenum.
- n. chemistry Symbol for molybdenum.
- n. Abbreviation of Missouri.
- n. A diminutive of the male given names Moses and Maurice.
- n. A Chinese surname derived from 莫 (mò).
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. obsolete More; -- usually, more in number.
- (Chem.) chemical symbol for the element molybdenum.
“Mo is short for Homo which is short for Homosexual … I find none of those terms degrading at all: D”
“Smells like someone in Mo is making appeasement soup.”
“I would like to think that our migratory bird permit money in Mo is being put to good uses since they plant fields for doves now as well as having conducted a large study on them to back up numbers of birds for limits and such.”
“Other contributions during the nineties came from the label Mo-Wax which produced albums like DJ Shadow's Endtroducing.”
“Jim in Mo, that is the funniest thing I have heard all day!”
“So let me take back the one in which I called Mo the Slug no more than food for frogs and snakes ... and change it to road kill.”
“For the past three years, Angie's List has celebrated men's health awareness and the moustache growing movement known as Movember ( "Mo" is Aussie slang for moustache) that raises funds for The Prostate Cancer Foundation and Lance Armstrong's Livestrong Foundation.”
“One thing about Big Mo is he's a very smart football player," Mattes said.”
“Yes | No | Report from Jim in Mo wrote 15 weeks 2 days ago”
“Yes | No | Report from Jim in Mo wrote 1 year 1 week ago”
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