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1. mōte n.(1)

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(a) A natural or man-made mound; hill; ?also, an island [last quot.]; castel mote, mound or hill on which a castle is built; (b) a castle, dwelling; in mote, among men; (c) a city.

2. mōte n.(2)

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Astron. mene mote (motus) [see mene adj. (2) 6.]; verrei mote (motus), a point or angle showing the position of the center of an epicycle, and derived by correcting the mean motus by the equation of…

3. terre-mote n.

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An earthquake.

4. motī n.

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An earth (perh. similar to ochre) used as a pigment; ?a pigment which, when applied, has a speckled or spotted appearance.

5. mōt n.(2)

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A blast on a horn; a single note on a hunting horn, various numbers of such blasts indicating the start of the hunt, the sighting of the quarry, etc.

6. mōt n.(1)

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(a) A speck, particle, bit of dirt or foreign matter; an impurity in drink; pl. dust; melten to mot, to be reduced to dust; motes in the sonne (bem, mot in the sonne, motes in somertide, dust visible…

7. mọ̄t n.(3)

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(a) A meeting; an assembly, especially for legal purposes or for settling accounts, a judicial council; also fig.; the aueful (muchel) mot, the Last Judgment; (b) folkes mot [see folk 2. (e)]; mot

8. mọ̄d n.

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(a) Mind as opposed to body; also, translating L animus, mens: mind as that constituent of the soul possessing the faculties of knowing, understanding, etc.; mid mod, in the mind or heart…

9. mọ̄t-halle n.

Additional spellings: mothalle
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A hall used as administrative headquarters or for the administration of justice; town or city hall; court of law, courtroom; council chamber; maken the mot-halle, to hold court.