a person who possesses rare knowledge or extremely skilled with a subject or activity. This person is usually very deft at explaining complex subjects or ideas with ease and simplicity. Well coordinated or gifted with a talent.
The new professor in the physics dept is the mojo.

That woman is a mojo at badminton.

Stuart killed me at Jenga, he is a mojo.
por xpez 20 de Agosto de 2007
Commonly used as "Mexicans" or "hispanics"
Woah ,look at all of those mojos eating their tamales.
por Ayeeeee<3 13 de Setembro de 2010
Mojo is related to a man's drive.
Sexual drive, My mojo is raging for that girl.

Mojonation.ca Get the Mojo Flowing prime example of Mojo
por illest 01 de Novembro de 2004
someone/something of total awesomeness and indifference
"dude, youre sooo mojo!"
por expederbie 17 de Fevereiro de 2009
A type of potatoes prepared at Shakey's restaurants:

Used in TV commercials (in conjunction with deep dish pizza advertising),
"...and how 'bout those Mojo potatoes..."
por Richie333 20 de Março de 2007
music magazine that is aimed at a more alternative audience its not like smash hits! (crappy mass produced pop shit grr!) good free CD's as well!also apreciates that music from before 1995 is actually great!
perso 1:MOJO's got a free punk CD this week that rocks!
person 2: yeah dude no chance of britney spears sneakin in there unlike top of the pops!
por Cpt, B 16 de Maio de 2006
An amazing new computer application that allows you to download music, movies, podcasts, ect. onto itunes from other peoples library within a local network. It is not illegal and Itunes allows it. The application is perfect for Macbooks.
You can download everything except for the items purchased by itunes.
I'm too cheap to buy the White Album, I will just use Mojo to download it from my friends computer.
por Arashit 21 de Janeiro de 2009

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