from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A dull or boring person.
- noun Chiefly British A donkey.
- noun Australian An old, broken-down horse.
from The Century Dictionary.
- An obsolete form of
- noun The mesh of a net: hence applied to any wickerwork.
- A Middle English form of
- noun A donkey.
- noun A stupid fellow; a dolt.
- noun Theat., a variety performer who plays on several instruments.
- noun A negro.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A mesh of a net, or of anything resembling a net.
- noun A stupid person; a dolt.
- noun Cant A donkey.
- noun United States A negro.
- noun (Theat. Slang) A performer, as a minstrel, who plays on several instruments.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun colloquial, dialectal A
- noun A
meshof a net, or of anything resembling a net.
- noun A black person.
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- noun British informal for donkey
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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Some presents were distributed amongst them, of which the most valuable, in their estimation, were empty wine-bottles, which they called moke, this word was however used by them for water also, so that it was doubtful whether the word meant the article itself or the vessel that contained it.
Besides a warrant f'r a moke was the same as a letther iv inthroduction to th 'warden iv th' pinitinchry.
It was a ragged, unkempt pony, pitifully poor and very footsore, at first sight, an absolute "moke"; but a second glance showed colossal round ribs, square hips, and a great length of rein, the rest hidden beneath a wealth of loose hair.
[S] moke from urban firestorms in a regional war would rise into the upper troposphere due to pyroconvection ... and then might induce significant climactic anomalies on global scales.
Suddenly some moke to the right sat on his horn, and stayed on it for several seconds.
‘I believe she thinks more of that old moke than me and the children all put together,’ says Joe Moreton.
Please don't let him hate me. moke swirled along the low ceiling of the Shawn Fan.
Some girls ore married as children to moke sure they will be virgins.
He checked out a poor moke porter who wore a dazed, flat look, as if life had left hirm behind about thirty years ago.
No one had bothered to put the canvas over the Mini-moke, to shield it from the sun.