mote \moht\, noun:
1. A small particle or speck, especially of dust.
Mote stems from the Norwegian word mutt meaning "a speck."
- a word describing a woman living in groton, ct. usually over weight; if not over weight than stick thin with the figure of a straw, ugly, missing or crooked teeth, disgusting thing. almost always seen at crystal mall trying to snag a sub schooler while her husband is out to sea; if she is single BEWARE shes out to trap a man, use his life savings to buy herself a ring, brainwash into marriage and in a few years divorce for a fresh new submariner. If you come by any pretty groton navy wives then they must be imported from the west coast!
Sorry no bro shes a grotopotamus.
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