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Definition mo

Etymology 1

From Middle English mo, from Old English , from Proto-Germanic *maiz, from a comparative form of Proto-Indo-European *mə-. Cognate with Swedish mer, Danish mer; and with Irish , Albanian . See also more, most.

Adverb

mo (not comparable)

  1. (obsolete) To a greater degree.
  2. (now dialectal) Further, longer.
Adjective

mo (not comparable)

  1. (archaic, dialectal) Greater in amount, quantity, or number (of discrete objects, as opposed to more, which was applied to substances)

Etymology 2

Abbreviation of month.

Noun

mo (plural mos)

  1. (abbreviation) month

Etymology 3

Clipping of moment.

Noun

mo (uncountable)

  1. (colloquial) moment

Etymology 4

Clipping of homo, itself a short form of homosexual.

Noun

mo (plural mos)

  1. (slang) a homosexual

Etymology 5

Clipping of more, non-rhotic dialects, notably African American Vernacular English. Only coincidentally similar to sense 1 above. Compare fo' (“for; four”), ho (“whore”).

Adjective

mo (not comparable)

  1. (slang) more

Etymology 6

moustache + -o

Noun

mo (plural mos)

  1. (Australia, New Zealand, colloquial) A moustache

Etymology 7

Clipping.

Noun

mo (plural mos)

  1. (prison slang) A molester.