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Definition of Moate

Moate
Moate Moate, v. i. [See Mute to molt.] To void the excrement, as a bird; to mute. [Obs.]

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- Maddie Moate (born 26 July) is a British television presenter and YouTube filmmaker most known for presenting the CBeebies series Maddie's Do You Know...
- Moate (/moʊt/; Irish: An Móta) is a town in County Westmeath, Ireland. The name An Móta is derived from the term motte-and-bailey, as the Normans built...
- Sir Roger Denis Moate (12 May 1938 – 15 April 2019) was a Conservative politician in the United Kingdom. Moate was educated at Latymer Upper School, Hammersmith...
- Moate railway station is a former railway station which served the town of Moate in County Westmeath. Previously a stop on the Midland Great Western Railway's...
- produced by 7 Wonder for the BBC channel CBeebies, and presented by Maddie Moate. A third series aired recently, with a fourth to follow in April 2020 to...
- posthumously awarded the Military Star decoration. Patrick Kelly was a native of Moate, County Westmeath. He was married and a father of four sons, ranging in...
- the Irish Midlands. Important commercial and marketing centres include Moate, Kilbeggan, Kinnegad, Ballinahown, Delvin, Rochfortbridge, Killucan and...
- Patrick Handly (or Hanley) took lodgings for the night in the village of Moate. Handly was killed by Moriley, who was arrested and tried for the crime...
- Irish country music singer, born on 29 November 1951 in Moate, Co. Westmeath. Ray was born in Moate, County Westmeath to Patrick, a baker, and Nora, a shopkeeper...
- candidate at the September 1927 general election. He lived at Newtown, Moate, County Westmeath. "John Lyons". Oireachtas Members Database. Retrieved...
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