Reverse Dictionary: MO – MOL


MOAN – nouns
– MEAN a moan, a lamentation; a complaint …1747 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– ONE ALONE a moan …20C Aust. rhyming sl.
– OOB a low moaning sound; a plaintive sound, a howl, a wail …1898 Sc.
moan – verbs 
– DARBY AND JOAN to moan …1992 UK rhyming sl.
– MEAN to utter a moaning sound, to wail; to complain, to bemoan to indicate pain …1790 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– OOB to make a low, moaning sound; to howl, to wail …1866 Sc.
– PUT ON THE AGONY to complain, to moan; the implication is that the problems are not wholly genuine; hence, to exaggerate …M19 sl.
– REAM to shout, to cry aloud, to bawl; to weep, to bewail, to moan; to talk wildly, to vociferate …1691 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 
MOB – nouns
– BANJIE a great number; generally applied to a rude, disorderly mob …Bk1898 Sc.
– CANAILLE the rabble, the mob …1676
– CANALLY a rabble, a mob, a crew …1708 Sc.
– CANALLYE, CANALYIE a mob, a rabble …1805 Sc.
– FERKISHIN a large amount; a crowd, a seething mob …1856 Sc.
– HABBLE a mob …1818 Sc.
– PARROCK a group of people, animals, or things closely packed or huddled together; a bustling, stirring crowd, a mob; a conglomeration of objects …1813 Sc.
– RABBLEMENT † a tumultuous crowd of people; a disorderly assemblage, a mob; a rabble …1548 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– RABBLE-RASH a dirty, noisy mob; the rabble …Bk19C Eng. dial.
– RABBLE ROUT a tumultuous or confused crowd of people; a mob; the noise of such a rabble …1599
– RAFF the mob …Bk1903 sl.
– RASCAL †* a rabble or mob …c1330
– RAT PACK a disorderly mob of youths …1951 sl., orig. US
– RIBALDRY the mob, the scum of society …Bk1903 sl.
– RIBAUDRY the mob, the scum of society …Bk1903 sl.
– RIBBLE-RABBLE a tumultuous crowd or array of people; a disorderly assemblage; a mob; the scum of society; a great confusion …1635
– RIFF-RAFF a low, disreputable person; the rabble, the mob …1836 Sc. & Eng. dial. & sl.
mob – person
– CAPTAIN TOM the head or leader of a mob; also, the mob itself …Bk1891 sl.
mob – verbs 
– SMALL-GANG to mob …M19 sl.
 
MOBBING – nouns
– RABBLING mobbing, expulsion by violence; an uprising …1700 Sc.
 
MOBILE PHONE – see PHONE
 
MOCK – nouns
– JAMF, JAMPH a mock, a jeer, a sneer …1868 Sc.
– JAUMPH a mock, a jeer, a sneer …1868 Sc.
– MOW an insulting grimace; a mock …1899 Amer. dial.
mock – verbs 
– ASS † to a person ‘ass’; to mock, to deride …1593
– BEGAB † to fool with words, to mock, to deceive, to delude; to impose upon …1297
– BEMOCK to mock at, to flout; to delude mockingly …1607
– BEMOW † to mock, to mock at …1388
– BISMER † to treat with scorn, to mock, to deride, to insult …c1000
– CAAD to jeer jokingly or mock someone about some event, their appearance or situation …20C W. Indies & UK Black teen sl.
– CAIM to mock, to make loud noises in derision …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– EMBRAID † to upbraid, to taunt, to mock; also, to reproach one with …1481
– FORGAB † to defame, to publish the misdeeds of; to mock, gibe, deride …c1394
– GAB † 1. to speak mockingly, to scoff …a1225
 2. to mock …c1489
– GACK to mock, to jeer …Bk1900 N. Ireland
– GAME † to befool, to jeer at, to mock, to delude …1698 UK sl.
– GAME AT † to make fun of; to mock, to deride …1623
– GAMF to mock, to mimic …Bk1900 Sc.
– GAMP to be foolishly merry, to laugh loudly; to mock, to mimic …1825 Sc.
– GAUMP to be foolishly merry, to laugh loudly; to mock, to mimic …1825 Sc.
– GAWMP to mock, to mimic …1825 Sc.
– GECK to mock, to deceive, to cheat …1583 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– GECK AT to scoff at; to use mocking language or gestures towards …1603 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– GET SOMEONE AT IT to make fun of someone or something; to mock, to tease …1958 sl.
– GIVE GYP to punish or admonish; to assault or beat; hence, later, to mock or tease; to criticize …1887 orig. Eng. dial.
– GIVE ONE THE GECK to mock, to trick, to deceive one …1583
– GIVE SOMEONE THE RAH-RAH to mock on the grounds of supposed snobbishness …1910s sl.
– GIVE THE HORSE LAUGH to mock or deride …1896 US sl.
– GUY to mock, to ridicule; to taunt; to tease…1854 Amer. sl.
– HARM to mock or imitate in speaking; to mimic …1806 Eng. dial.
– HEASCEN † to mock, to deride, to taunt …c1000
– HORSE to make fun of someone or something; to mock, to tease …1901 US sl.
– ILLUDE † to mock, to make sport of, to deride …1516.
– JAMF to make game of; to mock at, to jeer, to sneer …1768 Sc.
– JAMPH to make game of; to mock at, to jeer, to sneer …1768 Sc.
– JAPE † to mock, to deride, to scoff; to insult …c1440
– JAUMPH to make game of; to mock at, to jeer, to sneer …1768 Sc.
– LAKE † to sport with, to mock …1300s
– LANT to mock, to jeer, to gibe at …1861 Sc.
– LAUGH † to mock at, to deride …c950
– LUDIFICATE †* to deceive, to beguile, to mock; also, to frustrate …1623
– MAKE A LONG NOSE to put the thumb to the nose as a gesture of mockery or ridicule …1828
– MANNER to mock; to mimic …1820 Sc.
– MAUK to mimic, to mock …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MOKE † to mock …c1450
– MONKEY * to ape the manners of, to mimic; to mock, to ridicule …a1658
– NICK to answer in a mocking, insulting, cutting manner …1887 Sc. DSL online
– POKE FUN to tease; to jape; to mock …1840 Amer. sl.
– PULL SOMEONE’S PISSER to make fun of someone or something; to mock, to tease; to good-naturedly hoax or deceive someone …1969 Brit. sl.
– PUT SOMEONE ON to tease, to mock or deceive someone …sl.
– QUIZ to make sport or fun of a person or thing, to turn to ridicule; occasionally, to regard with an air of mockery …1796
– RAG to annoy, to tease, to mock, to bully; to ridicule; to vex; to enrage …1808 UK sl.
– RAILLY † to mock, to scoff, to jeer at …1678
– RAZZ to make fun of someone or something; to mock, to tease …1921 sl., orig. US
– REAR to mock, to gibe; to scold …1893 Eng. dial.
– RIB to make fun of someone or something; to mock, to tease …1930 sl., orig. US
– RIG to tease, to mock, to vex; to deride; to reprimand,  to scold …1883 Amer. dial.
– ROT to make fun of someone or something; to mock, to tease; to ridicule, denigrate …1890 Brit. sl.
– SCOFFLE to speak contemptuously or mockingly; to ridicule; to scoff …1927 Amer. dial.
– SCORN to mock, to jeer at; to slight in love …1790 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– SKIRP †* to mock, to deride, to ridicule …c1450
– SNAP to mock, to tease …1960s US Black sl.
– SUBSANNATE † to deride, to scorn, to mock …1656
– SUBSANNE † to deride, to scorn, to mock …a1619
– TAKE OFF to mock, to befool, to jeer at …Bk1905 Sc.
– TAKE THE MICHAEL to make fun of someone or something; to mock, to tease …1935 sl., chiefly Brit.
– TAKE THE MICHAEL OUT OF to make fun of someone or something; to mock, to tease …1935 sl., chiefly Brit.
– TAKE THE MICKEY to make fun of someone or something; to mock, to tease …1935 sl., chiefly Brit.
– TAKE THE MICKEY OUT OF to make fun of someone or something; to mock, to tease …1935 sl., chiefly Brit.
– TAKE THE MICKY to make fun of someone or something; to mock, to tease …1935 sl., chiefly Brit.
– TAKE THE MICKY OUT OF to make fun of someone or something; to mock, to tease …1935 sl., chiefly Brit.
– TAKE THE MIKE to make fun of someone or something; to mock, to tease …1935 sl., chiefly Brit.
– TAKE THE MIKE OUT OF to make fun of someone or something; to mock, to tease …1935 sl., chiefly Brit.
– TAKE THE PISS to make fun of someone or something; to mock, to tease …1945 Brit. sl.
– TAKE THE PISS OUT OF to make fun of someone or something; to mock, to tease …1945 Brit. sl.
– TAKE THE RIP OUT OF to mock, to criticize, to attack verbally …1990s sl.
– THARN † to mock, to scorn …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– UP to mock …2000s sl.
– YANG to say irritating things; to deride; to mock …1842 Eng. dial.
 
MOCKER – person
– CAPTAIN QUIZ a mocker …Bk1891 sl.
– GABBER  a liar; a deceiver; also, a scornful or mocking person …a1325
– GECKER a mocker, a scorner …1916 Sc.
– GIRDLER one who mocks at or ridicules another; one who grins …Bk1886 Eng. dial.
– ILLUDER a deceiver; a mocker …1550
– LEG-PULLER someone who mocks or teases another; one who plays a trick or hoax …1887
– MOCKANIST  a person who mocks; a mocker …c1540
– MOCKARD † a mocker; a deceiver …Bk1891
– MOCKIE one who literally mocks someone or something …Bk1980 Amer. sl.
– MOCKSTICK a person who is the subject of mockery …1965 Barbados
– MOWAR a mocker; one who holds others up to ridicule …1825 Sc.
– MOWER  a person who makes a face; a jester, a mocker, a scorner …1440
– OFFTAKE a scoffer, a mocker, one who takes others off by ridicule; a mimic …Bk1905 Sc.
– PISS-TAKER one who mocks or ridicules …1976 Brit. sl.
– SUBSANNATOR † a mocker …1517
 
MOCKERY – adjectives
– LUDIBRIOUS † apt to be a subject of jest or mockery; ridiculous, laughable …1563
mockery – nouns 
– BISMER † shame, disgrace, reproach, mockery, scorn …c893
– GAB † mockery, derisive deception; a lie, deceit …a1300
– GABBERIES †* mockeries, gibes, jests, wily deceits …1627
– GAUD † a jest, a scoff; also, an object of mockery …c1440
– GAWD † a jest, a scoff; also, an object of mockery …c1440
– GIBERY mockery; jeering …L17 sl.
– GYBERY mockery; jeering …L17 sl.
– GYBING mockery; jeering …L17 sl.
– ILLUSION † the act of deriding or mocking; derision, mockery …1382
– JEER † the act of jeering; mockery, scoffing, derision …1660
– JOHNNY WET-BREAD a teasing rather than aggressive term of mockery …20C Irish sl.
– MANNERING mimicry, mockery …Bk1905 Sc.
– MIRACLE an object of amazement; a ridiculous spectacle, a mockery …1898 Sc. 
– PISS-TAKE a parody; a send-up; an instance of mockery …1975 colloq.
– SIGGING a competing in rounds of ritualized mockery …1940s US Black sl.
– SUBSANNATION † mockery, derision, scorn …1620
– TRUFFERY †* a thing of no importance; a mockery, a trifle, a triviality …c1429 
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MOCKING – adjectives
– DERISORIOUS † characterized by derision, mocking, derisive …1664
– ILLUDENT †* mocking …?a1550
– IRRISORY having the character of deriding or mocking; addicted to laughing or sneering at others …1824
– LUDIBRIOUS * full of scorn, inclined to scoff; scornful, mocking …1641
– MAKE-SPORT † providing sport; mocking …1582
– MOCKRIFE scornful, mocking …1818 Sc.
– OFF-TAKING scoffing, mocking,  sarcastic, joking, waggish …1877 Sc.
– QUIZZACIOUS given to mocking, bantering, satirical …c1830
– QUIZZATORIAL of a quizzing character …1810
– REARING excited; talking loudly and boastingly; mocking …1746 Eng. dial.
– SARDONIC of laughter, a smile: bitter, scornful, mocking; hence of a person, personal attribute, etc.: exhibiting bitterness, scorn, mockery, or ironic ridicule …1638
– SARDONICAL of laughter, a smile: bitter, scornful, mocking; hence of a person, personal attribute, etc.: exhibiting bitterness, scorn, mockery, or ironic ridicule …1859
– SARKY mocking …1912 Brit. sl.
– SCOPTIC †* mocking, scoffing, jesting, satirical …1670
mocking – nouns
– PISS-TAKE an instance of mocking …1977 Brit.
– WIND-UP an instance of mocking …1984 Brit. sl.
 
MOCKINGBIRD – nouns
– IMITATION BIRD a mockingbird …1970 Amer. dial.
– MARKING-BIRD a mockingbird …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– MOCKER a mockingbird …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– NIGGER HATER (derogatory) a mockingbird …1968 Amer. dial.
 
MODE – nouns
– GARB † style, manner, fashion; manner of doing anything, style of living, form of behaviour; also, a prevailing mode or custom …1599
– GARBE † style, manner, fashion; manner of doing anything, style of living, form of behaviour; also, a prevailing mode or custom …1599
– TON * the fashion, the vogue, the mode; fashionable air or style …1769
 
MODEL – nouns
– IMPSE image, model …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– SAMPLER † example to be imitated; a model, a pattern; the original from which a copy is or may be taken …a1300
model – person
– GIRLS, THE the upper echelon of models …Bk1997 fashion industry sl.
– GLAMOUR GIRL a glamorous, attractive young woman, esp. a model or film star …1935 colloq.
– ZOOT CANARY a fashion model …c1959 sl. 
model – verbs 
– PARAGON † to set forth as a paragon or perfect model …1613
 
MODERATE – adjectives
– AFTERGAIT tolerable, moderate, what does not exceed …Bk1898 Sc.
– I-METE † moderate; meet, fit, appropriate …c1175
– MEETERLY moderate, in a fair state, middling …1684 Eng. dial.
– METER moderate …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– METHEFUL † restrained, moderate; gentle, mild …c1000 obs.
– MIDDLEMISH moderate, middling; not liberal …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MIDDLEMOST moderate, not liberal …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MIDDLINGISH moderate, fair, tolerable …1878 Eng. dial.
– MIDDLING-SIZED moderate in size …1892 Eng. dial.
– ORDINATE † observant of order; keeping within orderly limits; orderly, regular, moderate, temperate …c1374
moderate – verbs 
– ADMEASURE † to assign a measure or limit to a thing; to moderate, to limit, to control …1340
– PALLIATE †* to moderate the hostility of …1678
– PULL IN ONE’S EARS to be less aggressive; to moderate oneself …1940s Amer. sl.
– PULL IN ONE’S HORNS to moderate or retract one’s behaviour …1589 sl.
– PULL YOUR PUNCHES to exercise moderation, esp. in punishment or blame …1934 UK sl.
 
MODERATELY – adverbs
– FAIR † moderately, not excessively …c1450
– FAIR AND MODERATE fairly and moderately …1891 Sc.
– FAIRLINGS moderately, fairly …1877 Eng. dial.
– GAILIES tolerably, moderately or fairly well …1742 Sc.
– GAILINS tolerably, moderately or fairly well …1853 Sc.
– GAILY tolerably, fairly, moderately; very, very well, very much …1553 chiefly Sc. & Eng. dial.
– MEASURELY in moderation, moderately …1887 Sc.
– MEETERLY tolerably, moderately, fairly …1703 Eng. dial.
– MEEVERLY moderately, tolerably, middling; fairly well in health; easily, gently …1790 Eng. dial.
– METERLY tolerably, moderately, fairly …1703 Eng. dial.
– MEVERLY moderately, tolerably, middling; fairly well in health; easily, gently …1860 Eng. dial.
– MIDDLING moderately, tolerably, fairly …1765
– MIDDLINGISH somewhat; moderately …1820 Eng. dial. & colloq.
– MIDDLINGLY moderately, not perfectly …1867 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 
MODERATENESS – nouns
– MEDIOCRITURE † moderation; moderateness of quantity, amount, degree …1574
 
MODERATION – nouns
– MANNERNESS †* moderation …1382
– MEASURE moderation …1641 Sc.
– MEDIOCRITURE † moderation; moderateness of quantity, amount, degree …1574
moderation – person
– MODERATION-MONGER * a professor of moderation; used contemptuously …1716
 
MODERATOR – person
– ABATER one who mitigates or moderates …1609
– MODERATRESS * a female moderator …1601
– MODERATRICE †* a female moderator …1531
– MODERATRIX * a female moderator …1577
 
MODERN – adjectives
– BURNT TO A CRISP modern, recent …Bk1942 US sl.
– MODERNAL † belonging to the present day …1542
– NEOTERIC recent, new, modern …1596
– NEOTERICAL recent, new, modern …1588
– OUT OF THE OVEN modern, recent …Bk1942 US sl.
– TO-DAYISH pert. to the present time; characteristically modern …1864
modern – nouns 
– NEOTERICS the study of modern things …1857
modern – person 
– GIRL OF THE PERIOD a modern girl …c1880 colloq. society usage
– MODERN a person who lives in or belongs to the present time; a person who belongs to a modern period or epoch, as contrasted with an ancient one …1585
– MODERNER * a person who lives in or belongs to the present time …1592
– MODERNICIDE  a person who kills ‘moderns’ (supporters or followers of modern ways or methods) …1760
– MODERNIST  a person who lives in or belongs to the present time; a person who belongs to a modern period or epoch …1588
– MODERNIST a supporter or follower of modern ways or methods; a person averring the superiority of modern over ancient literature …1703
– MODERNUS * an advocate of modern ideas or theories; a person characterized by modernness of thinking …1953
– NEOTERIC a modern; a modern writer or author …1598 
 
MODEST – adjectives
– BACKGROUND retiring; shy; modest …1896 colloq.
– BACKLINS modest …1932 Sc.
– BLAIT shy, sheepish; modest, retiring …Bk1911 Sc.
– DAFFISH sheepish, shy, modest …1804 Eng. dial.
– MANNERLY † seemly, decent, respectable, modest …a1300
– MEEVERLY mild; of a gentle or modest disposition; shy, bashful; sparing in eating and drinking …1819 Eng. dial.
– MELCH modest …1790 Eng. dial.
– MENSEFUL becoming, proper, seemly, modest, discreet; creditable to a man, decent, respectable …1790 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– MIM prim, demure; affectedly modest or shy; prudish; primly silent or reticent …1641 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– MODEST-HAVIOURED modestly behaved …1878
– MODESTIOUS †* modest, chaste in habits …1547
– PUDENT having a sense of shame or decency; modest; delicate …1908
– PUDIBUND * modest, bashful, prudish …1656
– PUDIBUNDOUS † shame-faced; bashful; modest …1656
– SCARE easily frightened, timid; wild; shy, affectedly modest …1781 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– SELF-EFFACIVE modest, retiring …1883 nonce word
– SHAMEFACED modest, bashful, shy …M16
– SHAMEFAST † showing shame; abashed, bashful, modest …c897
– SMOOTY-FACED shy, bashful, modest, shame-faced …B1900 Eng. dial.
– TIMOROUS † modest, reverential …1474
– UNBUMPTIOUS modest, humble …1865
– VERECUND modest, bashful; shy, coy …c1550
– VERECUNDIOUS † accompanied by modesty; modest, bashful, shy, coy …a1639
– VERECUNDOUS modest, shamefaced, demure …1656
modest – person
– SIMPLE † a person of modest unassuming manners …a1400
modest – verbs 
– FLY LOW to be modest and retiring …c1835 colloq.
– HIDE ONE’S LIGHT UNDER A BUSHEL to be modest, not to make a display of one’ s ability …1858
– HOLD CLOSE TO THE WILLOWS to act cautiously and conservatively; to be conventional, conservative, or modest …1913 Amer. dial.
– WALK SOFT to behave modestly …1970s US Black sl.
modest – phrases
– BAG YOUR HEAD be more modest …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
 
MODESTLY – adverbs
– BLEETLY modestly …Bk1911 Sc.
– MEETERLY handsomely, modestly, agreeably …1790 Eng. dial.
– MEEVERLY modestly, handsomely …1750 Eng. dial.
 
MODESTY – nouns
– PUDENCY modesty; bashfulness; shamefacedness …1605
– VERECUNDITY * modesty, bashfulness .,..1721
– VERECUNDNESS * modesty, bashfulness …1727
 
MODIFICATION – nouns
– MOD a modification …1940s sl.
 
MODIFY – verbs
– FASHION † to change the fashion of; to modify, to transform …1528
– MOD to modify …1950s sl.
 
MOHAMMEDAN – adjectives
– MAHOMETAN Mohammedan …1600
– MAHOMETANICAL † Mohammedan …1632
– MAHOMETIC †* Mohammedan …1585
– MAHOMETICAL † Mohammedan …1561
– MAHOUND † Mohammedan …1624
Mohammedan – nouns 
– MAHOMETANTISM † Mohammedanism …1635
– MAHOMETISM † Mohammedanism …1597
– MAHOMETRY † Mohammedanism …1481 obs. exc. arch.
Mohammedan – person 
– MAHOMET † a Mohammedan …1508
– MAHOMETAN a Mohammedan …1529
– MAHOMETICIAN † a Mohammedan …1588
– MAHOMETIST † a Mohammedan …1553
– MAHOMITE † a Mohammedan …1559
– MAHOUND † a Mohammedan …1624
– SARACEN among the later Greeks and Romans, a name for the nomadic peoples of the Syro-Arabian desert which harassed the Syrian confines of the Empire; hence, an Arab; by extension, a Mohammedan or Moslem, esp. with reference to the Crusades …c893
Mohammedan – verbs
– MAHOMETANIZE to convert to Mohammedanism …1632
– MAHOMETIZE † to convert to Mohammedanism; to act like a Mohammedan …1585
 
MOIST, MOISTURE – adjectives
– BATHY damp, moist …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– BIBULOUS absorbent of moisture …L17
– DABBY moist, sticking to the skin like wet linen …1581
– DAGGIE drizzling, moist, misty …1825 Sc.
– DAMPY wet, moist, damp …1846 Eng. dial.
– DAWKY moist, drizzly …1820 Sc.
– EVING damp, moist, exuding moisture …1892 Eng. dial.
– HYGRIC * relating to water or moisture …1902
– MADEFACIENT †* making moist, wetting …1727
– MADENT †* wet, moist …1727
– MADESCENT slightly moist …Bk1910
– MADID wet, moist ..1615
– NESH damp, moist, wet …1387
– ROSCID resembling dew; falling like dew; abounding with dew; dewy, moist, dank …1626
– SAM moist, in a state of perspiration …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– SAMMY watery, moist, sodden; in a state of perspiration …1809 Eng. dial.
– SAPPY † full of moisture; moist; wet; sodden; rainy …c1470 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– SUBRIGUOUS † moist, wet, and watery underneath …1656
– THAMP soft; pliable, not easily broken; moist …1851 Eng. dial.
– THONE damp, moist, wet; soft from dampness …1691 Eng. dial.
– THONY damp, moist, soft …1691 Eng. dial.
– UVID †* moist, wet …1656
– VOKEY damp, juicy, moist …1790 Eng. dial.
– VOKY damp, juicy, moist …1790 Eng. dial.
– WACK † moist, damp, wet, clammy …1513 Sc
– WAK † moist, damp, wet …1513 Sc.
moist, moisture – nouns  (includes MOISTENING)
– DEG(G) damp, moisture; a drop of water …1897 Eng. dial.  
– IMBUITION †* a thorough moistening …1658
– MADEFACTION † a wetting; the act of making wet or moist …1581 now rare or obs.
– MADEFICATION † a moistening or wetting …1727
– MADIDITY † moisture, wetness …1656
– MADIDNESS moistness, wetness …1731 obs.
– MOIST moisture …a1366
– SAFT a thaw; rain, moisture …1895 Sc.
– SUCCITY †* moisture …1646
– WACKNESS † moisture, humidity …c1520 Sc.
– WAK † moisture, humidity …1456 Sc.
– WAKNESS † moisture, humidity …c1520 Sc.
– WAT moisture …B1900 Sc.
moist, moisture  (includes MOISTEN)
– BEMOIST † to make moist …1567
– BEMOISTEN to make moist …1590
– BESHED † to drench, moisten, wet with …1382
– DAMP to wet, to moisten slightly …1853 Eng. dial.
– DANK † to wet, to damp, to moisten; orig. said of dew, mist, drizzling rain …a1310
– DEG(G) to sprinkle water upon anything; to bedew, to moisten, to soak …1781 Eng. dial.  
– IMMOISTURE † to moisten …1523
– MADEFY † to make wet; to moisten …c1420
– MADIDATE † to wet or moisten …1656
– MOIST † to moisten …1382 obs. exc. Eng. & Amer. dial.
– RIGATE † to moisten …1657
– SAP to saturate; to drench; to moisten …1839 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 
MOLASSES – nouns
– EMMIES molasses …1912 Amer. dial.
– GOOGLUM a viscous food, such as a sauce, gravy, syrup, molasses …1911 Amer. dial.
– GOOZLUM a viscous food, such as a sauce, gravy, syrup, molasses …1911 Amer. dial.
– KILJACKUMS sorghum molasses …1944 Amer. dial.
– LARRUP syrup, molasses …1895 Amer. dial.
– LARRUPY-DOPE syrup, molasses …1904 Amer. dial.
– LASSENGERS molasses …1917 Amer. dial. jocular
– LEATHER-STRAP molasses …1887 US nautical sl.
– LICK syrup, molasses …1893 Amer. dial.
– LONG SUGAR molasses …c1738 Amer. dial.
– LONG SWEETENING liquid sweetening as contrasted to sugar, such as molasses, syrup, and honey …1714 Amer. dial.
– LONGLICK molasses …1888 Amer. nautical sl.
– LONG-TAILED SUGAR molasses …1858 Amer. dial.
– ZIP syrup, molasses …1905 Amer. dial.
 
MOLE (skin) – nouns
– GOOBER a small mole, spot, or similar skin blemish …1970s US college sl.
– HONEY-DROP a mole on the skin …?a1800
– HONEY-SPOT † a mole on the skin …1547 obs. exc. Sc.
– NAT a mole (skin) …1992 UK rhyming sl. (Nat King Cole)
– NAT KING COLE a mole (skin) …1992 UK rhyming sl.
– NATURE SPOT a birthmark, mole, or wart …Bk1982 euphemism
– PET a boil, pimple, mole, or wart …1902 Amer. dial.
 
MOLE (animal) – nouns
– GOPHER a mole …1965 Amer. dial.
– ING mould raised by moles; mole-hills …1703 Eng. dial.
– LABOUR † an alleged term for a ‘company’ of moles …1486
– LITTLE GENTLEMAN IN BROWN VELVET, THE † a mole …1898
– MEADOW-WARP a mole …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– TALPE †* a mole …c1440
– TALPICIDE † the killing of moles …1656
– TAPE the mole …1847 Eng. dial.
– WANT † a mole …c725 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
mole (animal) – person
– MOLDY a mole-catcher …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MOLE-CATCHER one whose employment is to catch moles …1573
– MOLER * a person employed to catch and kill moles; a mole-catcher …1886
– MOLE SEEKER  a person employed to trap and kill moles …1518
– MOLESMAN a mole-catcher …1933 Sc.
– MOLE-TAKER † a person employed to trap and kill moles …1518 hist.
– MOLEY, MOLIE a mole-catcher …1871 Sc. colloq.
– MOODY a mole-catcher …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MOUDIE, MOUDY, MOWDIE a mole-catcher …1828 Eng. dial.
– MOUDIE-MAN a mole-catcher …1824 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– MOULDEN-CATCHER a mole-catcher …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MOULD-MAN a man who kills moles …1870 Eng. dial.
– MOULDYWARP-MAN a mole-catcher …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MOWDIE-CATCHER a mole-catcher …1898 Eng. dial.
– MOWDIE-MAN a mole-catcher …1824 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– TAPE-TAKER a mole-catcher …1881 Eng. dial.
– WANT-CATCHER a mole catcher …1598
– WANTER a mole-catcher …1903 Eng. dial.
– WANT-TAKER one who catches moles …1533
mole (animal) – verbs
– SCOAD to scatter; to pour, to spill; to throw up earth, as moles …1777 Eng. dial.
 
MOLEHILL – nouns
– WANT-HILL † a molehill …a1400 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
molehill – verbs 
– SCALE to scatter or level mole-hills …1790 Eng. dial.
 
MOLEST – verbs
– BACK-HASH to abuse, to scold vigorously; to annoy, to molest …1816 Sc.
– BAGHASH to abuse, to scold vigorously; to annoy, to molest …1816 Sc.
– BEGIN to interfere, to molest …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– BESORE † to vex, to annoy, to molest, to cause mischief to …17C
– HALE † to molest, to harry …1530
– OPPRESS † of an enemy, external circumstances, etc.: to press or bear heavily on; to reduce to straits; to molest, to trouble, to harass, to distress …1382
– REYNOLDS to maltreat, to molest …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
 
MOLESTATION – nouns
– ACCUMBRANCE † the of encumbering, impeding, or overwhelming; molestation, injury …1489
– DISTROUBLANCE † disturbance, molestation …a1400
– DISTROUBLE †* disturbance, trouble, molestation …c1450
– HARRY † the act of harrying; devastation, molestation, vexation …c1330
 
MOLESTER – person
– BABY BUMPER a child molester …1992 US sl.
– BABY FUCKER a child molester …1985 US sl.
– BABY RAPER a child molester …1961 US sl.
– BACON(-BONCE) a child molester …1990s rhyming sl. for ‘nonce’
– BEAST one guilty of an offence involving sex, a sex offender, a child molester …1989 prison sl.
– CHESTER MOLESTER a child abuser, a sex criminal …1980s US college & criminals’ sl.
– CODIE a child molester …1980s sl.
– PAMPER PIRATE a child molester …1990s US criminals’ sl.
– PAMPER SNIFFER a child molester …1990s US criminals’ sl.
– ROCK-SPIDER a paedophile; a child molester …Bk1988 Aust. sl. 
– UNCLE LESTER a child molester …2002 UK rhyming sl.
 
MOLESTING – adjectives
– ANNOYFUL †* giving trouble, molesting, full of annoyance …c1386
 
MOLLIFY – verbs
– ADDULCE † to make sweet; to render pleasant or palatable; to soothe or mollify a person …1475
– DEMULCE † to soothe, mollify, pacify, appease …1530
– DEMULCEATE † to soothe or mollify a person …1837 nonce word
– FAN to calm someone down; to mollify …1971 US sl.