noun Mo·hock \ˈmō-ˌhäk\

Definition of MOHOCK

:  one of a gang of aristocratic ruffians who assaulted people in London streets in the early 18th century
Mo·hock·ism \-ˌhä-ˌki-zəm\ noun

Origin of MOHOCK

alteration of Mohawk
First Known Use: circa 1712


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