Definition of molo in English:

molo

noun

  • Among the Hausa and Songhai people of West Africa: a type of stringed instrument (usually similar to a lute), with one, two, or three strings.

adjective

Australian
slang
  • Drunk, intoxicated.

Origin

Early 20th century. From Hausa molo. Compare Songhay móóRà guitar of up to twelve strings, Kanuri móló two-stringed banjo<br>early 20th century; earliest use found in Rising Sun: On Board ‘Themistocles’. Origin unknown.

Pronunciation

molo

/ˈməʊləʊ/