Definition of Mawpus

1. a small coin [n -ES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mawpus

mawle
mawles
mawlid
mawlids
mawmenny
mawmet
mawmetries
mawmetry
mawmets
mawmish
mawn
mawned
mawning
mawnings
mawns
mawpus (current term)
mawpuses
mawr
mawrs
maws
mawseed
mawseeds
mawsonite
mawther
mawthers
mawworm
mawwormism
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Literary usage of Mawpus

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1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1886)
"Higgledy Piggledy, mawpus shot; let every tub stand on its own bottom. See HIGGLEDY PIGGLEDY in vocabulary. If a house had to be thatched wi' muck, ..."

2. Record Seriesby Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Association by Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Association (1895)
"9, 1577. Mawson, John, Clifton, par. Fusion, May 13, 1577. 21 16 May 3, 1571. mawpus, John,'junr., Bilton in Holderness, Oct, 23, 1570. 19 161 May 17, 1571. ..."

3. A Glossary of Words Used in the County of Chester by Robert Holland (1886)
"Higgledy Piggledy, mawpus shot ; let every tub stand on its own bottom. See HIGGLEDY PIGGLEDY in vocabulary. If a house had to be thatched wi' muck, ..."

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