Definitions for MOJOˈmoʊ dʒoʊ
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a magic power or magic spell
A magic charm or spell.
Supernatural power or luck.
Personal magnetism; charm.
Sex appeal; sex drive.
A telecopier; a fax machine.
Origin: Probably of Creole origin, cognate with Gullah moco, Fula moco'o
Mojo, in the African-American folk belief called hoodoo, is an amulet consisting of a flannel bag containing one or more magical items. It is a "prayer in a bag," or a spell that can be carried with or on the host's body. Alternative American names for the mojo bag include hand, mojo hand, conjure hand, lucky hand, conjure bag, trick bag, root bag, toby, jomo, and gris-gris bag.
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We got the mojo rolling right now. We got some momentum and it's working.
Smart crew chief, fast car and great driver, it's the same scenario with the No. 4 car now and the same mojo. It's equally as hard to beat Kevin Harvick now as it was to beat Jimmie Johnson a few years ago.
This will have a significant impact on TPG's performance as well as the deliberations of some potential investors sitting on the fence. For TPG, it's like saying, yes, we may have had some problems in our last fund, but we got our mojo back.
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