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-mo

suff.
Used after numerals to indicate the number of leaves that results from folding a sheet of paper: twelvemo.

[From (duodeci)mo.]
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-mo

suffix forming nouns
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) (in bookbinding) indicating book size by specifying the number of leaves formed by folding one sheet of paper: 12mo, twelvemo, or duodecimo; 16mo or sixteenmo.
[abstracted from duodecimo]
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mo

(moʊ)

n. Informal.
moment.
[by shortening]

-mo

a suffix occurring in a series of words that describe book sizes according to the number of leaves formed by the folding of a single sheet of paper: sixteenmo.
[extracted from duodecimo]

MO

1. method or mode of operation.
2. Missouri.
3. modus operandi.

Mo

Chem. Symbol.
molybdenum.

Mo.

1. Missouri.
2. Monday.

mo.


pl. mos.
month.

M.O.

1. mail order.
2. Medical Officer.
3. method or mode of operation.
4. modus operandi.
5. money order.

m.o.

1. mail order.
2. modus operandi.
3. money order.
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