[moh-joh] /ˈmoʊ dʒoʊ/
noun, plural mojos, mojoes.
the art or practice of casting magic spells; magic; voodoo.
an object, as an amulet or charm, that is believed to carry a magic spell.
noun (US, slang) (pl) mojos, mojoes
the art of casting magic spells
uncanny personal power or influence
a Cuban seasoning of garlic, olive oil, and sour (Seville) oranges used as a dip, marinade, or sauce
Span. mojar ‘make wet’
“magic,” 1920s, probably of Creole origin, cf. Gullah moco “witchcraft,” Fula moco’o “medicine man.”
[1920s+ Black; origin unknown; probably fr an African language]
Any narcotic, esp morphine
[1935+ Narcotics; perhaps fr Spanish mojar, ”celebrate by drinking”]
[moh-kah-poo] /moʊˈkɑ pu/ noun 1. a town on E Oahu, in central Hawaii.
[mohk] /moʊk/ noun 1. Older Slang: Disparaging and Offensive. a contemptuous term used to refer to a black person. 2. British Slang. a donkey. 3. Australian Slang. a poor-looking, inferior horse. /məʊk/ noun 1. (Brit) a slang name for donkey (sense 1) 2. (Austral, slang) an inferior type of horse n. “dolt,” 1855, originally (16c.) […]
/ˈməʊkə; ˈmɒk-/ noun 1. a variant of Mocha
[moh-kee] /ˈmoʊ ki/ noun, plural Mokis (especially collectively) Moki. 1. (def 1). /ˈməʊkɪ/ noun (pl) mokis, moki 1. either of two edible sea fish of New Zealand, the blue cod (Percis colias) or the bastard trumpeter (Latridopsis ciliaris)