See also: mojó, mójo, and моё

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EtymologyEdit

Probably of Creole origin, cognate with Gullah moco (witchcraft), Fula moco'o (medicine man)

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mojo (countable and uncountable, plural mojos or mojoes)

  1. A magic charm or spell.
  2. Supernatural skill or luck.
  3. (slang) Personal magnetism; charm.
  4. (slang) Sex appeal; sex drive.
    Look at the way the chicks are checking out Daniel on the dancefloor. He's still got plenty of mojo.
    After the pandemic closed down the discos, I stopped socializing and have lost my mojo.
  5. (slang) Illegal drugs.
  6. (slang, usually with "wire") A telecopier; a fax machine.

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RomanizationEdit

mojo

  1. Rōmaji transcription of もじょ

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DeterminerEdit

mojo

  1. Superseded spelling of mójo.

SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From mojar.

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NounEdit

mojo m (plural mojos)

  1. a type of spicy red sauce from the Canary Islands made from chilli, oil, vinegar, garlic, and cumin

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mojo

  1. first-person singular present indicative of mojar

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mojo m (feminine singular moja, masculine plural moji, feminine plural moje)

  1. wet
  2. soaked

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