Mow is defined as to cut down.(verb)
An example of mow is using a weed whacker to cut down weeds.
The definition of a mow is a stack of hay.(noun)
An example of a mow is the winter's supply of hay stored in a barn.
See mow in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME mowe < OE muga, a heap, pile, akin to ON mūgi, a crowd, swath < Gmc *mug- < IE base *muk-, heap > Gr mykōn
noun, intransitive verb
Origin: ME mowe < OFr moue < Frank *mauwa, akin to MDu mouwe: for IE base see mope
See mow in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English, stack of hay
Origin: , from Old English mūga.
verb mowed mowed, mowed mowed or mown (mōn), mow·ing, mows verb, transitive
Origin: Middle English mowen
Origin: , from Old English māwan; see mē-4 in Indo-European roots.
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