- the area in a barn in which hay, whole grain, or any other feed is kept.
- a collection of hay or other feed stored in a barn.
- a collection of hay, corn, beans or a barn for storage of hay, corn, beans.
- A wry face.
- Same as mew, a gull.
- A heap or size of hay or of sheaves of whole grain stowed in a barn.
- the area in a barn where hay or whole grain in the sheaf is stowed.
- A heap or stack of hay, or of sheaves of whole grain, deposited in a barn; in addition, in the west of England, a rick or bunch of hay or grain.
- The storage space in a barn where hay, sheaves of whole grain, etc., tend to be kept.
- A kinswoman; a sister-in-law.
- A grimace, specifically an insulting one; a mock.
- A jest; a tale: generally within the plural.
- A Chinese land-measure, corresponding to about one 6th of an English acre.
- In addition spelled mou.
- a loft in a barn where hay is stored
- To cut down (grass or whole grain) with a scythe or a mechanical device.
- To reduce (grass or whole grain) from: mow the grass.
- To cut-down, as grass, with a scythe or machine.
- To slice the lawn from.
- To cut-down; resulting in to fall in rows or public, like in mowing grass; -- with down.
- To put, as hay or sheaves of whole grain, in a heap or size in a barn; to pile and stow away.
- To cut down grass or any other development.
- which will make mouths.
- To cut-grass, etc., with a scythe, or with a machine; to cut grass for hay.
- mow down To destroy in great numbers just as if reducing, like in struggle.
- mow down To overwhelm: mowed down the opposition with powerful arguments.
- To reduce something (especially lawn or plants) down or knock down.
- to place into mows.
- which will make grimaces, mock.
- May; can.
- make a sad face and push down a person's reduced lip
- cut with a blade or mower
- To decrease (lawn or grain) with a-sharp implement; slashed with a scythe or (in present usage) a mowing-machine; therefore, to reduce generally.
- To cut the grass from: as, to mow a meadow.
- To decrease indiscriminately, or in great numbers or quantity.
- To decrease grass or grain; practise mowing; make use of the scythe or (in modern use) mowing-machine.
- to set up a mow; lay, as hay or sheaves of whole grain, in a pile, heap, or mass in a barn: commonly with away.
- to help you; may. See may.
- to produce months or grimaces; mock. Compare mop.
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