a lady, lady or gf, particularly in the Dublin location.
A word; therefore, a motto; a tool.
A pithy or witty saying; a witticism.
A note or brief strain on a bugle.
An obsolete type of mote.
A word; a motto.
(F. pron. mō). A saying, particularly a quick and forcible or amusing saying; a bon-mot.
an email on bugle, hunting-horn, and/or want; in addition, an email in the musical notation for such instruments.
An obsolete or dialectal type of moat.
A mark for people at quoits.
a little grove or clump of timber on a prairie, often likened to an ‘island.’
An ancient technical product used in Asia along with other countries regarding the Orient for lifting liquid by animal energy. It comes with a bucket or water-tight case, raised in the form of a rope fastened over a pulley, two bullocks or other pets becoming attached to the end regarding the line.
a compulsory yearly test of older cars for safety and fatigue fumes