mott definition by Webster's New World
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Mott, Lucretia (born Lucretia Coffin) 1793-1880; U.S. abolitionist & women's rights advocate
mott definition by American Heritage Dictionary
, John Raleigh 1865-1955.
American religious leader. He shared the 1946 Nobel Peace Prize for his leadership of the YMCA.
, Lucretia Coffin 1793-1880.
American feminist and social reformer who was active in the antislavery movement and with Elizabeth Cady Stanton called the first convention for women's rights, held at Seneca Falls, New York (1848).
Variant of motte
☆ or mott
Southwest a small grove of trees
Origin: American Spanish mata ; from Late Latin matta, a cover, mat