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Not to be confused with M0 (M followed by zero).

Mo or MO may refer to:

Abbreviations and codes[edit]


  • Macau, in the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code
  • MO, the county identifier on vehicle registration plates for Mayo, Ireland
  • Province of Modena, Italy (also on vehicle registration plates)
  • Missouri, United States postal abbreviation for the state of Missouri
  • Moscow Oblast



  • Mo, a fictional character in the webcomic Jesus and Mo
  • Mo, also known as Mortimer, a fictional character in the novel Inkheart by Cornelia Funke
  • Mo Harris, a fictional character in the BBC soap opera EastEnders
  • Little Mo Mitchell, a fictional character in the BBC soap opera EastEnders
  • Mo the clown, a character played by Roy Rene, 20th-century Australian stage comedian
  • M-O (Microbe Obliterator), a fictional robot character in film WALL-E
  • MO (Maintenance Operator), a fictional robot character in the Filmation series Young Sentinels
  • Mo, the main character in the fictional Mo's Mischief series
  • Mo, a girl in the Horrible Histories TV series
  • Mo, an ophthalmosaurus from The Land Before Time film series

Computer and technology[edit]


  • Mo (surname), a Chinese family name (莫)
  • Mo, short for Mohamed, Maureen, Maurice, Morris and other names
  • Timothy Mo (born 1950), British novelist
  • Mo Amin, Kenyan photojournalist
  • Mo, nickname of David Berg (1919–1994), religious leader
  • Maureen Connolly (1934–1969), American tennis player known as "Little Mo"
  • Mo Farah (born 1983), British long-distance runner
  • Mo Gaffney (born 1958), American actress, comedian, writer and activist
  • Mo Hayder (born 1962), British crime novelist
  • Mo, ring name of wrestler Robert Horne
  • Mo, nickname for American professional bodybuilder Monique Jones
  • Mo Mowlam (1949–2005), British politician
  • Mo, nickname of Mariano Rivera, relief pitcher for the New York Yankees
  • Mo Rocca (born 1969), American writer, comedian, and political satirist
  • Mozi or Mo Tzi (c. 470–c. 390 BC), ancient Chinese philosopher
  • Mo Twister (born 1977), Filipino radio DJ and TV host
  • Mo Udall (1922–1998), U.S. Representative and former presidential candidate
  • Mo Vaughn (born 1967), American baseball player
  • (born 1988), Danish singer songwriter (real name Karen Marie Ørsted)
  • Mr. Mo (rapper), rapper, member of the group Jim Crow]
  • Mr. Mo (singer), member of the Danish band Kaliber


Arts and entertainment[edit]

  • M.O, a English pop trio
  • The MO, a Dutch pop band
  • M.O. (album), a 2013 album by American hip hop artist Nelly
  • Mo Awards, annual awards for Australian live entertainment
  • The Boxer's Omen, a 1983 Hong Kong film, original title "Mo" (魔)
  • Mo (2010 film), a 2010 television movie about British politician Mo Mowlam
  • Mo (2016 film), an upcoming Tamil horror film
  • Mo (Oz), a fictional country in the book The Magical Monarch of Mo by L. Frank Baum


See also[edit]