Mosey vs Mobey - What's the difference?
As a verb mosey
is (chiefly|us|dialectal) to set off, get going; to start a journey.
As a noun mobey is
(british|informal) a mobile phone.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
* mosy, mozey, mozy
(chiefly, US, dialectal) To set off, get going; to start a journey.
*1910 , , Kilmeny of the Orchard , chapter 1:
*:Haven't got time. I must mosey up to the North End to see a man who has got a lovely throat. Nobody can find out what is the matter. He has puzzled all the doctors.
(chiefly, US, dialectal) To amble; to walk or proceed in a leisurely manner.
*1919 , , A Man Four-Square , chapter 6:
*:We'll mosey along toward the river. Kinder take it easy an' drift the herd down slow so as to let the cattle put on flesh.
* Associated especially with the dialect of the Old West.
(British, informal) A mobile phone.