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Mohock

[ moh-hok ]
/ ˈmoʊ hɒk /
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noun
one of a group of aristocratic ruffians who attacked people at night on the streets of London in the early part of the 18th century.
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Origin of Mohock

First recorded in 1705–15; variant of Mohawk

OTHER WORDS FROM Mohock

Mo·hock·ism, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for Mohock

Mohock
/ (ˈməʊhɒk) /

noun
(in 18th-century London) one of a group of aristocratic ruffians, who attacked people in the streets at night

Word Origin for Mohock

C18: variant of Mohawk 1
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