[ maw-dee ]
/ ˈmɔ ˈdi /
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How to use Mo Ti in a sentence
MK Moti Yogev (Habayit Hayehudi) continued the thought, saying, "Two nations for two peoples is disconnected from reality."Two States: Israel’s Official Position Or Not?|Sigal Samuel|May 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Once upon a time there was a youth called Moti, who was very big and strong, but the clumsiest creature you can imagine.
Then Moti started off one early spring morning with his thick staff over his shoulder singing gaily to himself as he walked along.
A week or two after this incident the king sent for Moti, who on arrival found his master in despair.
In the morning Moti followed the two Afghans outside the city to the horsemarket in which their horses were offered for sale.
After inquiring of everyone who was likely to know, Moti seized the cord and his big staff and sallied out to look for him.
British Dictionary definitions for Mo Ti
/ (məʊˈtiː) /
Hinglish derogatory a fat woman or girl
Word Origin for moti
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