See also: moo, moʻo, and Moʻo

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InitialismEdit

MOO

  1. matter of opinion
  2. (video games) Master of Orion.
  3. (video games) MUD, Object Oriented.
  4. (dated, postal) Money Order Office.
    • 1893, George A. de M. Edwin Dagg, "Devia Hibernia" : the road and route guide for Ireland of the Royal Irish Constabulary, page vi,
      [] (3) the nature of the Postal business accommodation supplied by the local Post-Office—thus, PO (Post-Office), SB (Savings Bank), MOO (Money Order Office), or, if there be no PO, the name and distance of the nearest PO []
    • 1993, Christopher Browne, Getting the Message: The Story of the British Post Office, page 88,
      It was to help solve a serious problem – mice. For the little vermin were chewing letters containing banknotes and postal orders, especially at the Money Order Office (MOO).
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