مو

PashtoEdit

PronounEdit

مو ‎()

  1. our (affixed form)
  2. your (affixed form, possessive of تاسو)

PersianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

PronunciationEdit

PronounEdit

مو ‎(mo)

  1. (dialectal, Mashhad, Bushehr, Khesht, Konartakhteh, Dashtestan) Alternative form of من

Etymology 2Edit

From Middle Persian mwd ‎(mōy, hair).

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NounEdit

Dari مو
Iranian Persian مو
Tajik мӯ ‎()

مو ‎(mu) ‎(plural موها ‎(mu-hâ))

  1. hair
    • 10th/11th century, attributed to Abū-Sa'īd Abul-Khayr and Avicenna, [1]:
      دل گرچه در این بادیه بسیار شتافت
      یک موی ندانست ولی موی شکافت
      اندر دل من هزار خورشید بتافت
      آخر به کمال ذره‌ای راه نیافت
      dil garči dar īn bādiya bisyār šitāft
      yak mōy nadānist walī mōy šikāft
      andar dil-i man hazār xuršēd bitāft
      āxar ba kamāl zarra-ē rāh nayāft
      Although [this] heart hastened in this desert so much,
      A hair was not aware, but passed through hairs.
      A thousand of suns shined inside my heart
      At the end, it did not reach the smallest bit of excellence.

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Etymology 3Edit

Cognates with میوه.

NounEdit

مو ‎(mow) ‎(plural موها ‎(mow-hâ))

  1. vine

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