[mot-ld] /ˈmɒt ld/
spotted or blotched in coloring.
[mot-l] /ˈmɒt l/
verb (used with object), mottled, mottling.
to mark or diversify with spots or blotches of a different color or shade.
a diversifying spot or blotch of color.
coloring or pattern.
coloured with streaks or blotches of different shades
(transitive) to colour with streaks or blotches of different shades
a mottled appearance, as of the surface of marble
one streak or blotch of colour in a mottled surface
1670s, past participle adjective; see mottle (v.).
1670s, probably a back-formation from motley.
1670s; see mottle (n.). Related: Mottled; mottling.
[mot-oh] /ˈmɒt oʊ/ noun, plural mottoes, mottos. 1. a maxim adopted as an expression of the guiding principle of a person, organization, city, etc. 2. a sentence, phrase, or word expressing the spirit or purpose of a person, organization, city, etc., and often inscribed on a badge, banner, etc. /ˈmɒtəʊ/ noun (pl) -toes, -tos 1. […]
[mo-truh-mahyt] /ˈmɒ trəˌmaɪt/ noun, Mineralogy. 1. a copper and lead vanadate.
/ˈmɒtɪ/ noun 1. (Irish) the target at which coins are aimed in pitch-and-toss
[moh-too proh-pree-oh] /ˈmoʊ tu ˈproʊ priˌoʊ/ noun, Latin. 1. of one’s own accord: used of certain documents issued by the pope without counsel from others. [praw-pri-oh moh-too; English proh-pree-oh moh-too] /ˈprɔ prɪˌoʊ ˈmoʊ tu; English ˈproʊ priˌoʊ ˈmoʊ tu/ adverb, Latin. 1. by one’s own volition; on one’s own initiative. /məʊˈtuː/ noun 1. (Hinglish, derogatory) […]