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Definition of mot


  • exclamation, pronounced "Moe" as in the guy that has a bar on the Simpsons, usually used in agreement. From the French, meaning "word."
    Person 1: That test sucked!

    Person 2: Mot!

    Last edited on Nov 13 2002. Submitted by Stephen S. from Coronado, CA 92118, USA on Nov 13 2002.

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