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Mote may be:
- Mote (food), various types of cooked grains consumed in South America
- Mote con huesillo, a non alcoholic drink from Chile
- Mote, a song by Sonic Youth from their 1990 album Goo (album)
- Mote EP, a recording by The Faint
- The Mote and the Beam, a parable
- The Mote in God's Eye, a science fiction novel
- Motes, small, battery-operated sensor nodes operating as part of a wireless sensor network
- A fairy character in "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
- Ashley Mote (b. 1936), a member of the European parliament
- C. Daniel Mote, Jr., president of the University of Maryland, College Park
- Edward Mote (1797–1874), an English pastor
- Frederick W. Mote (1922–2005), American sinologist and a professor of history
- William Henry Mote (1803-1871), English stipple and line engraver
- Mote Marine Laboratory — an aquarium, research institute, and marine hospital in Sarasota, Florida
- Mote Park, a park in the town of Maidstone in England
- Mott (disambiguation)
- Moot (disambiguation)
- Moat, a water filled ditch surrounding a castle as an aid to existing fortification
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