Mo or MO might refer to:

Arts and entertainment

For people in arts and entertainment, see § People

Fictional characters

  • Mo, a fictional character in the webcomic Jesus and Mo
  • Mo, additionally 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


  • M.O, an English pop trio
  • The MO, a Dutch pop band
  • M.O. (album), a 2013 album by American hip hop artist Nelly
  • Yamaha MO, a music synthesizer
  • , a Danish singer and songwriter

Other uses in arts and entertainment

  • 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

Businesses and organizations




Named Mo

Using code MO


Science and technology


Other uses in science and technology

Other uses

  • Modus operandi, Latin meaning Mode of Operation: distinctive behaviour patterns of a person; in police and detective work, criminology and psychology.
  • Operation Mo, or the Port Moresby Operation, a Japanese plan to take the Australian Territory of New Guinea throughout World War II
  • MO-class small guard ship, a class of small ships produced before and throughout World War II for the Soviet Navy
  • Morris Oxford MO, an automobile produced by Morris Motors of the United Kingdom from 1948 to 1954
  • Month (abbreviation mo.)