Older Slang: Disparaging and Offensive. a contemptuous term used to refer to a black person.
British Slang. a donkey.
Australian Slang. a poor-looking, inferior horse.
(Brit) a slang name for donkey (sense 1)
(Austral, slang) an inferior type of horse
“dolt,” 1855, originally (16c.) “donkey;” of unknown origin, perhaps originally a personal name. In U.S., “black person,” from 1856.
/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)
/ˈmɒkiːhiː/ noun (pl) mokihi 1. (NZ) a type of raft, usually made out of flax stems
noun the head of a gang or criminal organization Word Origin Yiddish makher ‘leader, swindler’ Usage Note slang