Meaning of MOTION in English

I. noun Etymology: Middle English mocioun, from Anglo-French ~, from Latin ~-, motio movement, from movēre to move Date: 14th century 1. an act, process, or instance of changing place ; movement , an active or functioning state or condition , an impulse or inclination of the mind or will, 3. a proposal for action, an application made to a court or judge to obtain an order, ruling, or direction, 4. obsolete a puppet show, puppet , mechanism , 6. an act or instance of moving the body or its parts ; gesture , activities, movements, melodic change of pitch, ~al adjective ~less adjective ~lessly adverb ~lessness noun II. verb (~ed; ~ing) Date: 1747 intransitive verb to signal by a movement or gesture , transitive verb to direct by a ~

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