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moblog

[ moh-blawg, ‐blog, mob-lawg, ‐log ]
/ ˈmoʊˌblɔg, ‐ˌblɒg, ˈmɒbˌlɔg, ‐ˌlɒg /
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noun

a multimedia blog that contains text, photos, video, or audio sent from a cell phone or other mobile device.

verb (used with or without object)

to post (text, photos, etc.) to a moblog: The software makes it easy to moblog from wherever you are.

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Origin of moblog

2000–05; blend of mobile + blog

OTHER WORDS FROM moblog

moblogger, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for moblog

moblog
/ (ˈmɒbˌlɒɡ) /

noun

a chronicle, which may be shared with others, of someone's thoughts and experiences recorded in the form of mobile phone calls, text messages, and photographs

Derived forms of moblog

moblogger, noun

Word Origin for moblog

C21: mob (ile) + log 1
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