Mole Cricket. See Gryllus.
Mole, in midwifery, a mass of fleshy matter, of a spherical figure, generated in the uterus, or womb, and sometimes mistaken for a child. See Midwifery.
Mole, in geography, a river in Surry, so called from its running, for part of its course, under ground.
Mole, is also a massive work of large stones laid in the sea by means of cofferdams; extending before a port, either to defend the harbour from the impetuosity of the waves, or to prevent the passage of ships without leave.