a building in some English villages where moots were once held; town hall.
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[mop] /mɒp/ noun 1. a bundle of coarse yarn, a sponge, or other absorbent material, fastened at the end of a stick or handle for washing floors, dishes, etc. 2. a thick mass of hair. 3. a polishing wheel having several layers of cloth secured by a boss. verb (used with object), mopped, mopping. 4. […]
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/mɒˈpɑːnɪ/ noun 1. a leguminous tree, Colophospermum (or Copaifera) mopane, native to southern Africa, that is highly resistant to drought and produces very hard wood Also called ironwood