moton

[ moht-n ]
/ ˈmoʊt n /
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noun Armor.


Nearby words

  1. moto,
  2. moto perpetuo,
  3. moto-,
  4. motocross,
  5. motofacient,
  6. motoneuron,
  7. motor,
  8. motor area,
  9. motor ataxia,
  10. motor camp

Origin of moton

First recorded in 1480–90; origin uncertain

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Examples from the Web for moton

  • The story begins with an interesting account of the coming of the ancestors of Dr. Moton out of Africa to serve in the new world.

  • No one who has ever seen Major Moton, or knows anything about him, would think of accusing him of timidity or cowardice.

    Booker T. Washington|Emmett J. Scott and Lyman Beecher Stowe