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Definition of a moe


  • loser-ish; dumb.
    This shirt makes me look like a moe!

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by HiL-Dawg on Nov 22 1999.

  • a putz, a clod, an imbecile. Origin: Moe Howard from The Three Stooges
    Don't be such a moe.

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Ryan from Jeffersonville, IN, USA on Feb 22 2003.


  • like saying dude or man.
    Hey mo, what's going on today?

    Last edited on Nov 28 2001. Submitted by sam r. from St Louis, MO, USA on Nov 28 2001.

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