Definition of mokus
- Old timey, I heard it used almost only by Irish-Americans. Have tried to trace it, found one source that said it was Irish Gypsy.
I was jet-lagged, so after just two beers I was completely mokus.
Last edited on Dec 13 1999. Submitted by bob s.
on Dec 13 1999.
- Unable to think straight
Last edited on Jul 21 2009. Submitted by Anonymous
on Jul 21 2009.
- a medical condition that is undefinable. Humorous. If someone was feeling ill or out of sorts, "Sounds like you got the Mokus" or "Maybe you have the Mokus."
Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Anonymous
on Jan 26 2010.
- This word has been used in the A.A. community for at least 40 years to describe the state of mind of the newly sober member who is beginning to clear up.
Last edited on Dec 22 2010. Submitted by Anonymous
on Dec 22 2010.
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