Origin of mo
Origin of -mo
Related Words for momoment, second, breath, breathing, instant, shake, flash, twinkling, jiffy, crack, min, sec, approach, manner, means, method, procedure, process, system, technique
Examples from the Web for mo
Contemporary Examples of mo
The Daily Show was on hiatus when the tensions in Ferguson, MO escalated.Viral Video of the Day: Finally, a 'Daily Show' Rant on Ferguson
August 27, 2014
KSDK-TV captured video of Ferguson, MO police firing tear gas at a small camera crew from Al Jazeera America.Viral Video of the Day: TV News Crew Tear-Gassed in Ferguson
August 14, 2014
Rep. Mo Brooks of Alabama, another conservative opponent of the bill, agreed.The GOP’s Big Border Bill Fail
July 31, 2014
Scheduled speakers include Sen. Ted Cruz, Reps. Steve King and Mo Brooks, and former Rep. Allen West.The Shady Group Behind the African-American Anti-Immigration Rally
July 12, 2013
He told Mohammed that he was just there clowning and that Mo had a real shot and could have his spot.The Next Arab Idol: Palestine's Boy Wonder and Stereotype Buster
May 22, 2013
Historical Examples of mo
He fought good enough to get shot up this mo'nin', didn't he?
They'll never make as strong an attack as they did this mo'nin'.
I hate to trouble you, but my men haven't had a bite to eat since early this mo'ning.The Highgrader
William MacLeod Raine
Lemme git to my washin', honey, befo' I disgrace my mo'nin'.
An' I don't know but what it's mo' suitable, anyhow—at his age.
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Word Origin for -mo
colloquial shortening of momentum, by 1896.
representing U.S. black pronunciation of more, by 1902; it was an acceptable variant form of more in the Middle Ages and has roots in Old English; see more.