Definition of Mofos

1. mofo [n] - See also: mofo



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mofos

moers
moes
moesin
moeurs
mofebutazone
mofette
mofettes
moff
moffette
moffettes
moffies
mofongo
mofongos
mofos (current term)
mofussil
mofussils
mog
moganite
mogas
mogdad coffee
moggan
moggans
mogged
moggie
moggies
mogging
moggy
moghuls

Literary usage of Mofos

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register by Henry Fritz-Gilbert Waters (1901)
"mofos Garfield was Married to Rebecca Avers both of Needham. Novr 17th 1785. Reuben Richards of Dedham was Married to Sarah Fuller of Needham. ..."

2. A View of the Principal Deistical Writers that Have Appeared in England in by John Leland, William Laurence Brown (1798)
"... trom Artaxerxes extended to, was, to order things according to the law of mofos; and this he ..."

3. Lectures on Theology by John Dick, Andrew Coventry Dick (1850)
"... it is probable that it was the autograph of MOFOs, the identical copy written with his own hands, which was deposited in the tabernacle. ..."

4. A Commentary on the Five Books of Moses: With a Dissertation Concerning the by Richard Kidder (1694)
"... and then the Kings that reigned in Edom before mofos was King, may well be faid to have reigned before any King over the Children of ..."

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