[ mok ]

  1. short for moccasin: Pair this outfit with boat shoes or driving mocs to be the most dapper dad on the boardwalk.Can't go wrong with the price and classic appeal of these mocs.

Origin of moc

Shortened form

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or moc

[ mok ]

  1. My Own Creation: an original construction made with LEGO bricks: I bought set 5765 this week and decided to make some alternative mocs using only the pieces from the set.In this club we mostly build small sci-fi or fantasy MOCs.

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  1. Member of Congress.

  2. Management of Change.

  1. Memorandum of Cooperation.

  2. man of color: a man of color; a nonwhite man. : See also of color. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

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British Dictionary definitions for MOC (1 of 2)


abbreviation for
  1. Mozambique (international car registration)

Origin of MOC

from Portuguese Moçambique

British Dictionary definitions for MoC (2 of 2)


abbreviation for
  1. mother of the chapel

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