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Mo

  1. (chemistry) Symbol for molybdenum.

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Mo

  1. A diminutive of the male given names Mohammed, Moses, Maurice, Morris, or Mortimer.
  2. A diminutive of the female given names Marjorie, Maureen, or Monica.

Etymology 2 edit

Transliteration of Chinese ().

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Mo

  1. A surname from Chinese.

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  • (East Central Bavaria)

Etymology edit

From Old High German man, from Proto-West Germanic *mann, from Proto-Germanic *mann-, from Proto-Indo-European *mon-. Doublet of ma.

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Mo m (plural Månner) (West Central Bavaria)

  1. man, male human being
  2. husband

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Abbreviation of mégaoctet (megabyte).

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /ɛ.mo/, /e.mo/, /me.ɡa.ɔk.tɛ/
  • (file)

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Mo

  1. MB (megabyte)

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Mo

  1. Alternative form of Mo.: Abbreviation of Montag (Monday).

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From Middle Limburgish mou, from Proto-West Germanic *mauwu.

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Mo m (plural Mowwe, diminutive Mööke) (Eupen)

  1. (clothing) sleeve

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From Old High German mago, from Proto-Germanic *magô.

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Mo m (plural Mee)

  1. stomach