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moll

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[ mol ]
/ mɒl /
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noun Slang.
Archaic. a prostitute.
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Origin of moll

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Special use of Moll

Other definitions for moll (2 of 3)

moll2
[ mawl ]
/ mɔl /

adjective German.
(in music) written in a minor key; minor.

Other definitions for moll (3 of 3)

Moll
[ mol ]
/ mɒl /

noun
a female given name.
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British Dictionary definitions for moll

moll
/ (mɒl) /

noun slang
the female accomplice of a gangster
a prostitute

Word Origin for moll

C17: from Moll, familiar form of Mary
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