Mo Ti

[maw dee]

Mo-tze

or Mo Tzu, Mo-tse, Mo Tse

[maw-dzuh]
noun
  1. Mo Ti, flourished 5th century b.c., Chinese philosopher.
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Historical Examples of moti

  • But the fanatics, religion-crazed, closed in again in Moti's wake and smote as before.

  • Moti was for all the world like the "anchor man" on a tug-of-war team.

  • The natives saw that Moti had come to help Bahadar and not to belabour him.

  • "That accounts largely for the stealing of Moti," Finnerty declared.

  • It was the end of the day, and Moti was coming home from the fishing.

    Martin Eden

    Jack London


British Dictionary definitions for moti

moti

noun
  1. Hinglish derogatory a fat woman or girl

Word Origin for moti

C21: Hindi
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