Yes, quod Haniball, and though they were the moste couetous of all the worlde.
But whan they rounenin her ere,Than groweth all my moste fere.
The number of a hundred persons came out of Spayne with the Licenciat, whereof the moste parte died by sea and on the lande.
Which Image they burne in the moste moystest place they can finde.
The moste prinsipal bizness ov the peopil waz pealing bark in the winter, and pitchin cents az soon az warm wether sot in.
And among all the penaltyes conteyned in our lawes, the vyce of Ingratitude is moste bytterlye corrected.
It is a moste difficult thyng, an armie beyng now moved to flie, to staie it, and make it to faight.
Eadig is heora yld, seoe a gyt ne mihte Crist andettan, and moste for Criste rowian.
The whiche thyng, bicause it hath been proved many tymes, is moste true.
And after in the incountering of the rest of tharmie, you shewed, that the thing folowed with a moste greate scilence?
"particle of dust," Old English mot, of unknown origin; perhaps related to Dutch mot "dust from turf, sawdust, grit," Norwegian mutt "speck, mote, splinter, chip." Many references are to Matt. vii:3.
(Gr. karphos, something dry, hence a particle of wood or chaff, etc.). A slight moral defect is likened to a mote (Matt. 7:3-5; Luke 6:41, 42).