from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To be able to; may; must.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. pl. of mow, may.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To be able; may; must. See mow.
The cumulative total of translated books since the Caliph Maa'moun's [sic] time
Moun ka palé dè 8 moun, dòt ka palé dè 87 moun, on dòt pati ka palé dè plis ki 100 moun mò Lapwent
The 240 is a belt-fed machine gun that weighs almost thirty pounds; you might as well be carrying a jackhammer up a moun-tain.
Multiply this by 1.5 million homeless looking for work and this moun pa is much, much worse.
People have recalled stories of being in line for 6 hours in the bank, which is the norm unless you 'have someone inside,' a moun pa, one of 'your people.'
She was able to call home today, and her parents posted this account of her experiences since the earthquake on her blog, Mwen renmen ti moun Ayiti yo!
As a Haitian woman told Paul Farmer years ago, "Tout moun se moun" - all people are people.
He charged straight toward the moun - tain lion, which had never seen anything as massive as Winnie.
Yes, this seemed more promising; above the facet was a channel that curved upward around the moun - tain.
KATHMANDU -- For three weeks, Kathmandu has been suffocating in moun ...
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