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See also motė, möte, and mõte

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From Middle English mot, from Old English mot (grain of sand)

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Singular
Mote

Plural
Motes

Mote (plural Motes)
  1. A small particle; a speck.
    "Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother's eye." -Matthew 7:5.
  2. A tiny computer for remote sensing. Also known as smartdust.
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From Old English mōtan (to be allowed to).

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Mote

  1. must
    So mote it be!

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mote f.

  1. Plural form of mota.

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Patrono:No-noun-m1

  1. fashion

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Mote m. (plural Motes)

Singular
Mote m.

Plural
Motes m.

  1. nickname
  2. motto (heraldry)
  3. fluff, pill
  4. pearl barley
  5. type of maize grain

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fr:mote io:mote hu:mote pl:mote pt:mote ru:mote fi:mote ta:mote te:mote vi:mote zh:mote

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