Definition of Mokos

1. moko [n] - See also: moko



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mokos

mojos
mokaddam
mokaddams
mokadour
mokadours
moke
mokele-mbembe
mokele-mbembes
mokes
moki
mokihi
mokihis
mokis
moko
mokoro
mokos (current term)
moksa
moky
mol
mol wt
mola
molal
molal concentration
molalities
molality
molar
molar(a)
molar absorbancy index
molar absorption coefficient
molar absorptivity

Literary usage of Mokos

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1. Slipping Through the Cracks: Unaccompanied Children Detained by the U.S by Rosa Ehrenreich (1997)
"TECLA attorney Deirdre mokos approached the INS to get names of children in the ... mokos also told us that when she visited the facility to interview ..."

2. Creation Myths of Primitive America in Relation to the Religious History and by Jeremiah Curtin (1898)
"Then he reached his left hand toward the east, and wood for a mokos (arrow-straightener) came on it. He made the mokos and asked the fox dog for a fox-skin ..."

3. Ancient Myths in Modern Poets by Helen Archibald Clarke (1910)
"Then he reached his left hand toward the east, and wood for a mokos (arrow-straight- ener) came on it. He made the mokos and asked the ..."

4. Bulletin of the New York Public Library by New York Public Library (1910)
"Akad. d. Wiss. Abh. Philos.-philol. Kl. xiv. Bd., i. Abth., pp. 165-224. München 1878. 4°.) Vey (Mehmed Ferid). Die Schlacht bei Dho- mokos am 17 Mai 1897, ..."

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