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MACABRE -- ~

MACADAM -- macadam (-isar)

MACARONI -- ~

MACAROON -- macron

MACE -- mazza

MACERATE -- macerar (-ation)

MACHINATIONS -- intrigas

MACHINE -- ~ (-al, -ero, -eríe, -ist)

MACKEREL -- macrel

MACKINTOSH -- ínpermeabile, mantó de pluvie

MAD -- alienat, dement, frenetic; (animals) rabiosi, rabiat

MADAM -- seniora

MADDEN -- far furiosi, infuriar

MADHOUSE -- dom por alienates, asil

MADONNA -- ~

MADREPORE -- ~, coralle

MADRIGAL -- ~

MAELSTROM -- virl

MAGAZINE -- (store) magasin: (periodical) gazette, revue; (powder) pulveriere

MAGENTA -- ~

MAGGOT -- larve, verme

MAGI -- magos

MAGIC -- n. magie

MAGICAL -- magic

MAGIC-LANTERN -- lanterne magic

MAGICIAN -- magico

MAGISTERIAL -- magistral

MAGISTRACY -- magistratura

MAGISTRATE -- magistrate, justiciario

MAGNANIMOUS -- magnanim (-itá)

MAGNATE -- ~

MAGNESIA -- magnesie

MAGNESIUM -- ~

MAGNET -- magnete (-ic, -isme, -isar)

MAGNIFICENT -- magnific (-entie), grandiosi, splendid

MAGNIFY -- agrandar, amplifacar, elargar; laudar, exaltar. MAGNIFYING-GLASS: lupe

MAGNILOQUENT -- pomposi

MAGNITUDE -- grandesse, grandore

MAGNOLIA -- ~

MAGPIE -- piga

MAHOGANY -- mahagon

MAID -- puella, yuna; virgina; (servant) servitora

MAIDEN -- a. de puella; virginal; (speech) debutant

MAIDENHEAD -- virginitá

MAIDENLY -- virginal, chast, pur

MAIL -- n. (armour) curasse. TO PUT ON ~: blindar; (letters) postage. ~ BAG: lettre-sac; v. inviar per li post, inpostar

MAIM -- mutilar, paralisar

MAIN -- a. chef, principal, cardinal; n. ocean, mare apert; (water ~) tub; (electr.) rete del lucement

MAIN, IN THE -- * in general, principalmen, precipue

MAINLAND -- continente, chef terra

MAINLY -- precipue

MAINTAIN -- mantener, subtener, conservar; afirmar

MAIZE -- máis

MAJESTIC -- majestic

MAJESTY -- majestie; (title) majestá

MAJOLICA -- ~

MAJOR -- a. plu grand, majori, plenetosi; n. (rank) major

MAJORITY -- majorité, pluparte; (age) majoritá

MAJUSCULE -- majuscul

MAKE -- v. far, fabricar, formar, crear; (compel) obligar, fortiar; (earn) ganiar; n. (kind) fabrica; (of clothes) fasson

MAKE AWAY WITH -- * mortar; abolir

MAKE BELIEVE, TO -- * pretexter

MAKE PAST -- * ligar, amarrar

MAKE GOOD -- * successar; reparar, compensar

MAKE OFF -- * forcurrer, escapar

MAKE OUT -- * deciffrar; discerner; comprender; compilar; (claim) pretender

MAKE UP -- * composir; compleer; (the face) grimar se. ~ FOR: compensar

MAKE MERRY -- * amusar se, delectar se, divertisser se

MAKESHIFT -- n. medie provisori, compromisse; a. provisori, surogat

MALADROIT -- ínhabil

MALADY -- maladie, morbe

MALAPROPOS -- ínconvenent

MALARIA -- ~

MALCONTENT -- ~

MALE -- mascul (-in), mann

MALEDICTION -- maledition

MALEFACTOR -- malefator, malard

MALEVOLENT -- ~ (-ie)

MALFORMATION -- ~, deformitá

MALICE -- malicie (-osi), malevolentie

MALIGN -- a. malin, nociv; v. calumniar, defamar

MALIGNANT -- malefic

MALINGER -- simular maladie

MALINGERER -- simulante

MALLEABLE -- malleabil (-itá)

MALLET -- martelle lignin

MALLOW -- malve

MALPRACTICE -- conduida illicit, action ínlicet

MALT -- ~. MALT-KILN: malt-forn

MALTREAT -- maltractar (-ation)

MALVERSATION -- corruption, defraudation

MAMMA -- mamá

MAMMAL -- n. mammifere, mammale

MAMMALIAN -- n. mammifere, mammale

MAMMARY -- mammari

MAMMON -- ~

MAMMOTH -- mámmut

MAN -- hom; (male) mann; (at draughts) pion; v. equipar, mannar

MAN-OF-WAR -- nave de guerre

MANACLE -- manu-catene, manacle

MANAGE -- v. administrar, gerer, directer, guvernar; successar, far; (a household) menagear

MANAGEMENT -- administration, gerentie

MANDARIN -- mandarino; (fruit) mandarine

MANDATE -- ~ (-ario), comission

MANDIBLE -- machuore

MANDOLINE -- ~ (-ist)

MANDRAKE -- mandragore

MANDRILL -- ~

MANE -- crine. MANES: (myth.) ~

MANEGE -- ~

MANFUL -- viril, mannic; valorosi

MANGANESE -- mangane (-ic)

MANGE -- scabie (-osi)

MANGEL-WURZEL -- bet-rap

MANGER -- manjuore, crippe

MANGLE -- v. mutilar, lacerar; n. mangle (-ar)

MANGO -- mangue

MANHOLE -- fore de intrada

MANHOOD -- virilitá, natura homan

MANIA -- manie, passion, furie

MANIAC -- ~ (-al)

MANICURE -- manicura (-ist)

MANIFEST -- a. evident; n. manifeste (-ar)

MANIFOLD -- varie, diversi, numerosi, multiplic

MANIPULATE -- manipular (-ation)

MANKIND -- homanité, génere homan

MANLY -- mannesc, viril (-itá)

MANNA -- ~

MANNEQUIN -- ~

MANNER -- maniere. IN LIKE ~: sammen. MANNERS: mores; manieres

MANNERISM -- afectation, manierisme

MANNERLY -- polit, cortesi, bon educat

MANNISH -- mannatri

MANOEUVRE -- n. manovre (-ar, -ada)

MANOR -- (estate) domene senioral

MANSION -- grand dom, palace

MANSLAUGHTER -- homicidie

MANTELPIECE -- corniche del camine

MANTELSHELF -- plate de camine

MANTILLA -- mantille

MANTLE -- n. mantel, mantó; v. invelopar, covrir

MANUAL -- a. ~; n. manuale

MANUFACTORY -- fabrica

MANUFACTURE -- n. fabrication; (thing made) fabricate; v. fabricar

MANURE -- sterco; v. stercar

MANUSCRIPT -- n. manuscrite. ~ BOOK: caderne

MANY -- mult. MANY A ...: mani; (prefix) multi-, pluri-, poli-

MAP -- carte geografic, land-carte

MAPLE -- ácere

MAR -- defecter, nocer; trublar

MARAUD -- v. niarodar (-ero)

MARBLE -- n. marmor (-ar, -in, -osi, -ifer); (toy) bulette, globul

MARCH -- n. marcha (-ar); (month) marte

MARCHES -- (borders) bornes, límites

MARCHIONESS -- marquesa

MARE -- cavalla. MARE'S NEST: fiasco

MARGARINE -- ~

MARGIN -- márgine (-al, -ar)

MARGRAVE -- margravio (-a)

MARGUERITE -- margarita

MARIGOLD -- calendul

MARINE -- a. marin; n. marine; soldate marin; (fleet) flotte

MARINER -- marinero, navigator

MARIONETTE -- ~

MARITAL -- ~

MARITIME -- maritim, marin

MARJORAM -- (bot.) origan

MARK -- n. marca, signe, indicie; (aim) scope; (target) cible; (coin) mark; (exam.) punctu; (trace) vestigie, tracie; v. marcar, notar

MARKED -- marcat; distint, sentibil

MARKER -- (book -) marca-págine

MARKET -- mercate; bazar. ~ PLACE: piazza del mercate; v. vendir (-ition)

MARKETABLE -- vendibil

MARKET-TOWN -- borgo

MARKSMAN -- tirator

MARL -- marne

MARMALADE -- marmalade

MARMOT -- marmotte

MAROON -- a. maroncolori; v. abandonar

MARQUEE -- grand tenda

MARQUIS -- marquese, marqueso (-atu)

MARRIAGE -- maritage, matrimonie (-al), nuptie. ~ PORTION: dot

MARRIAGEABLE -- maritabil

MARROW -- (of bones) medulle; (vegetable) cucurbite

MARRY -- maritar (se)

MARSH -- palude (-osi), morasse

MARSH-MALLOW -- altéa

MARSHAL -- marchale; v. ordinar, arangear

MARSUPIAL -- marsupiale

MART -- mercate

MARTEN -- martre

MARTIAL -- ~, guerresc

MARTINET -- disciplinario

MARTYR -- martiro (-ie, -isar)

MARVEL -- ~ (-osi), miracul; v. astonar se

MARZIPAN -- marcipane

MASCOT -- talisman

MASCULINE -- a. masculin; n. masculine

MASH -- v. pistar, mixter; n. mixti-forrage

MASK -- masca (-ar); v. camuflar

MASON -- murero, murator; (Freemason) francmasson (-eríe)

MASONRY -- mureríe; massoneríe; (fallen) murallia

MASQUERADE -- mascarade

MASS -- n. masse; (eccl.) messe; v. amassar

MASSACRE -- ~ (-ar) MASSAGE: v. massar (-age, -ero)

MASSES -- (people) plebeyos

MASSIVE -- massiv (-itá)

MAST -- ~. FOREMAST: focmast. MAINMAST: grand mast. MIZZENMAST: bisan-mast. MASTHEAD: maste-cap

MASTER -- mastre, mastro, chef, director, principale; experte; instructor; v. mastrisar; domitar; dominar; victer, superar

MASTER -- (academical degree) magistro

MASTERFUL -- despotic, imperiosi, dominatri

MASTERLY -- expert, superiori

MASTERPIECE -- mastre-ovre

MASTERSHIP -- (of a school) mastratu

MASTERY -- mastrie, domination

MASTIC -- ~

MASTICATE -- masticar (-ation), machar

MASTIFF -- mastino

MASTODON -- mastodonte

MAT -- n. matte, tapissette; v. interplecter

MATCH -- (lucifer) inflammette; (equal) egale; (contest) concurse, match; (marriage) alliantie; v. (to be or to make similar) egalar (se), acordar, harmonisar; esser pari

MATCHLESS -- íncomparabil, unic, ínegalabil

MATE -- n. camarado, companion; (chess) chac-matt; (naut.) submastro, sub oficero; v. acuplar, assortir

MATERIAL -- n. materiale (-isme, -ist, -istic), stoff; a. material, essential, important

MATERNAL -- ~, matrin (-itá)

MATHEMATICAL -- matematic (-al)

MATHEMATICIAN -- matematico

MATHEMATICS -- matematica

MATINS -- matutines

MATRICIDE -- matricide (-ie)

MATRICULATE -- v. inmatricular

MATRIMONY -- matrimonie (-al)

MATRIX -- matricie

MATRON -- matrona

MATT -- pallid; matt

MATTER -- materie, substantie; afere; (pus) supur (-ar), pus. IT IS A ~: it acte se pri. WHAT IS THE ~?: pri quo it acte se? A ~ OF COURSE: un afere natural. THAT DOESN'T ~: to ne fa nequo

MATTER-OF-FACT -- a. prosaic, practic

MATTING -- stoff por mattes; mattes

MATTOCK -- pioche

MATTRESS -- matrasse

MATURE -- matur (-ar, itá); (of bills) payand

MATUTINAL -- matinal

MAUDLIN -- tro sentimental; demí-ebriat, sentimentalach

MAUL -- v. lacerar, defecter; (of animals) patter

MAUSOLEUM -- mausoléo

MAUVE -- malvi, malv-colori

MAW -- panse, ventre; (birds) cropp

MAWKISH -- fad, ínsipid; nauseativ

MAXILLARY -- maxillari

MAXIM -- maxime; principie

MAXIMUM -- ~; a. max, maxim

MAY -- n. (month) may; (hawthorn) may-flor, blancospine; v. (aux.) posser, esser líber, haver li jure; (possibly) fórsan (with verb). I ~ DO IT: yo fórsan va far to

MAYBUG -- melodonte

MAYONNAISE -- mayonese

MAYOR -- borgomastro (-atu), podest

MAYORESS -- (lady mayor) borgomastra

MAZE -- labirinte (-in), confusion, perplexitá

MAZURKA -- ~

MEAD -- hidromel, miel-bir

MEADOW -- prate, herbiera

MEADOW SAFFRON -- colchica

MEADOWSWEET -- spiréa

MEAGRE -- magri, povri

MEAL -- repaste, manja; (flour) farine

MEALY-MOUTHED -- plausibil, mielatri

MEAN -- a. mesquin, avari, mediocri; (average) medial; n. medie, valore medial; v. significar, voler dir, intenter. BY THAT HE MEANS: il vole dir per to que...

MEANDER -- serpentear

MEANS -- n. medie, remedie; (money) pecunie. BY NO ~: nequalmen. BY ALL ~: advere

MEANTIME, IN THE -- * ínterim

MEANWHILE -- ínterim

MEASLES -- morbille

MEASURE -- n. mesura (-ar, -abil, -ation), dimension, gradu. scala; (instrument) mesurette; (mus.) ritme, mesura

MEASUREMENT -- dimension

MEAT -- carne (-ivori); (food) nutriment. MINCED ~: haccat carne. POTTED ~: carne conservat. ROAST ~: rostate

MECHANIC -- mecanico, machinero

MECHANICS -- mecanica

MECHANISM -- mecanisme

MEDAL -- medallie (-ion)

MEDDLE -- v. interferer (-entie), ingerer, inmixter se

MEDDLESOME -- interferent, interferaci

MEDIAEVAL -- medieval, del mediepoca MEDIAN: ~

MEDIATE -- mediar (-ation, -ator), intervenir; a. medial

MEDICAL -- ~; (of medicine) medicinal

MEDICATE -- medicar, medicinar

MEDICINE -- medicament; (science) medicina

MEDIOCRE -- mediocri (-itá)

MEDITATE -- meditar (-ation, -ativ), ponderar

MEDIUM -- (means) medie, experiente; (scientific) medio; (spir.) medium; a. medial

MEDLAR -- mespil

MEDLEY -- mixtura, conglomerate, potpourri

MEDULLA -- medulle

MEED -- recompense

MEEK -- humil, mild; modest

MEERSCHAUM -- mar-scum

MEET -- a. apt, convenent; n. (of hunt) rendevú; v. incontrar (se), assemblar, convenir; (of roads) junter; (fulfil) satisfar; payar; (to ~ with) experir, incontrar

MEETING -- incontra; reunion, interassemblé, convenida; view, juntion

MEGAPHONE -- megafon, porta-voce

MELANCHOLY -- n. melancolie (-ic)

MELEE -- melé

MELLIFLUOUS -- mielatri, dulcissim

MELLOW -- a. matur; moll, dulci

MELODRAMA -- ~ (-tic)

MELODY -- melodie (-osi)

MELON -- melone

MELT -- fonder, fuser; liquificar se, fluidijar

MELTING-POT -- fusuore

MEMBER -- membre (-itá, -ité), socio; deputate

MEMBRANE -- ~, pellicul

MEMENTO -- memorette

MEMOIRS -- memories, reminiscenties

MEMORABLE -- memorabil

MEMORANDUM -- ~

MEMORIAL -- a. comemorativ; n. memoriale, monument; petition

MEMORY -- memorie (-isar)

MENACE -- menacie (-ar)

MENAGE -- menage (-ero, -era)

MENAGERIE -- bestiarium; menagerie

MEND -- reparar, repezzar; (improve) amelio rar (sé); (patch) lappar

MENDACIOUS -- mentaci (-itá), mentosi

MENDICANT -- a. ~ (-ie); n. mendico, mendicard

MENIAL -- a. servil, domestic, mesquin

MENINGITIS -- meningite

MENSTRUATE -- menstruar (-ation)

MENSURATION -- mesuration

MENTAL -- ~ (-itá)

MENTION -- ~ (-ar)

MENTOR -- ~

MENU -- menú

MEPHITIC -- mefitic

MERCANTILE -- mercantil, comercial

MERCENARY -- a. mercenari; n. mercenario

MERCHANDISE -- merces

MERCHANT -- mercante, mercator, negociante

MERCHANTMAN -- nave mercatori, mercator

MERCIFUL -- clement, misericordiosi

MERCILESS -- cruel, inexorabil, dur

MERCURY -- mercurie (-al)

MERCY -- clementie, misericordie, compassion

MERE -- a. sol, pur, simplic; nequó altri quam; n. lago

MERETRICIOUS -- curtisanesc; misductent

MERGE -- inmerser se, coalescer, perdir se, fuser se

MERIDIAN -- ~ (-al)

MERINGUE -- ~

MERINO -- ~

MERIT -- merite (-er, -osi, -ori)

MERMAID -- nixa, sirena. MERMAN: nix

MERRY -- gay (-itá, -esse), joyosi.

MERRYMAKING -- festada

MERRY-GO-ROUND -- carruselle

MESALLIANCE -- misalliantie

MESH -- lace, rete; v. (mech.) ingagear

MESMERISE -- mesmerisar

MESS -- n. confusion; sordidage; (mil.) mess. MESS-MATE: camarado de mess; v. (bungle) bosillar: (to soil) sordidar

MESSAGE -- missage (-ero), comunication

MESSENGER -- missagero, curriero

MESSIAH -- messía

MESTIZO -- mestisse

METAL -- metalle (-io, -in, -isar, -iferi)

METALLURGIST -- metallurgo (-ie, -ic)

METAMORPHOSIS -- metamorfose, transformation

METAPHOR -- metáfor (-ic)

METAPHYSICS -- metafisica (-al)

METE OUT -- aportionar; rendir

METEOR -- ~ (-ic, -ologie)

METEORITE -- aerolite

METER -- metre; (instrument) mesurette

METHINKS -- me sembla que

METHOD -- metode (-ic, -ist, -isme)

METHYLATED SPIRIT -- sprite metilat

METRE -- (unit of length) metre; (mus., poetry) metrica

METRONOME -- metronom

METROPOLIS -- capitale, metropole

METTLE -- spíritu

METTLESOME -- vervosi

MEW -- v. faucar, miaular; n. (sea-mew) movette

MEWS -- stalles

MIASMA -- ~ (-tic)

MICA -- ~

MICRO- -- (prefix) micro-cosme, -metre, -fon, -scop (-ic)

MICROBE -- microbio (-bic, -icide)

MICTURITION -- urination

MIDDAY -- midíe, medidíe

MIDDEN -- escombre-cumul, sterc-cunml

MIDDLE -- medie, centre; a. medial. MIDDLE AGES: medievie (-al)

MIDDLING -- mediocri, passabil

MIDGET -- pigméo

MIDLAND -- inlandan, mediterran

MIDNIGHT -- minocte

MIDRIB -- medi-coste

MIDRIFF -- diafragma

MIDSHIPMAN -- (oficero-) aspirante (de marine)

MIDST -- (middle) medie

MIDWAY -- ye demi-via

MIDWIFE -- acuchera (-ie)

MIEN -- mime, aspecte

MIGHT -- n. fortie, potentie; v. I ~ HAVE DONE SO: yo vell har posset far to, yo fórsan vell har fat it

MIGHTY -- potent, fort

MIGNONETTE -- reseda

MIGRAINE -- migren

MIGRATE -- migrar (-ante, -ation, -ator), emigrar

MILCH-COW -- vacca lactant

MILD -- ~, clement

MILDEW -- mofa (-ar, -osi), ferrugine vegetal

MILE -- milie (-ari, -age)

MILITARY -- a. militari; n. militare (-isme)

MILITATE -- combatter, oposir

MILITIA -- milicie (-an)

MILK -- n. lacte (-era, -in, -ifer, -age, -osi, -ar); v. melcar (-atpr, -atora)

MILK-FOOD -- lactage

MILKJUG -- lacte-pott, cruche

MILKSOP -- horn afeminat, dorloton

MILKY WAY -- via galactic, galaxe

MILL -- n. (corn) moline (-ar, -ero); (spinning) filería, texteria, usina; v. molinar; (coins) stampar

MILL DAM -- diga molinari

MILLENIUM -- millennie (-ari)

MILLET -- millete

MILLIARD -- milliarde

MILLI- -- (prefix) milli-gramme, -litre, -metre, -pede

MILLINER -- chapelera (-ie), modista

MILLION -- ~ (-ario)

MILLSTONE -- mol, petre molinari

MILT -- milz; (fish) sperma

MIME -- ~ (-ar); (person) mimo

MIMIC -- v. imitar, mimar; n. mimico

MIMICRY -- mimica

MIMOSA -- mimose

MINARET -- ~

MINCE -- v. (chop) haccar; (mannerism) afec tar; vader o parlar con afectation, ear prudmen. TO ~ MATTERS: minimisar lu des agreabil

MINCEMEAT -- farce (consistent de fructes haccat)

MINCER -- (implement) haccuore

MIND -- n. (intellect) mente, intelectu; (soul) spíritu, psiche; v. (care for) cuidar, atenter pri, gardar.

WOULD YOU MIND?|MIND -- esque vu permisse?

NEVER MIND|MIND -- neproquó, it es me egal.

TO CALL TO MIND|MIND -- rememorar.

TO MAKE UP ONE'S MIND|MIND -- prender un decision, decider se, resoluer.

TO HAVE A MIND TO|MIND -- inclinar, it vell pleser...si

MINDFUL -- atentiv, cuidosi

MINE -- pron. li mi; n. mine; (coal) miniera, carboniera. ~SWEEPER: dragga-mines; v. minar

MINER -- minero

MINERAL -- a. ~; n. minerale (-ogie)

MINGLE -- mixter se

MINIATURE -- miniatura

MINIM -- (mus.) demi-note

MINIMIZE -- minimisar

MINIMUM -- ~, lu minim; a. minimal

MINION -- ~ (-a), favorito

MINISTER -- ministre; ambassador; (eccl.) pastor; v. servir; contribuer

MINISTRATION -- servicie

MINISTRY -- ministerie (-al); (eccl.) clero, pastoratu, sacerdotie

MINOR -- a. minori (-itá, -ité), inferiori; n. minorenn

MINSTER -- catedrale

MINSTREL -- menestrel (-ie)

MINT -- (bot.) minte; (coin-factory) monetaría- v. monetar, stampar

MINUET -- menuette

MINUS -- minus

MINUTE 1.|MINUTE -- a. minuciosi; detalliat

MINUTE 2.|MINUTE -- n. minute; (note) note, (pl.) protocol

MINUTIAE -- minucies

MINX -- n. un puella impertinent, impertinenta

MIRACLE -- miracul (-osi)

MIRAGE -- ~, fata-morgana

MIRE -- mudde (-osi), fango

MIRROR -- spegul; v. reflecter, spegular

MIRTHFUL -- gay (-itá, -esse)

MIS- -- (prefix) mis-aplicar, -dir, -calcular, -prender, -usar, -ducter

MISADVENTURE -- misfortun; accidente

MISANTHROPE -- misantrop (-ie, -ic)

MISAPPREHEND -- miscomprender

MISAPPROPRIATE -- misapropriar

MISBEGOTTEN -- abortet, ínlegitim

MISBEHAVE -- mal conduir se, misconduir se

MISCARRY -- misacuchar, aborter; (fail) fallir

MISCELLANEOUS -- diversi, varie

MISCHIEF -- damage, nocentie, male, malicie (-osi)

MISCONCEIVE -- miscomprender, misprender

MISCONDUCT -- mal conduida; adulteríe; maladministration; v. conduir se mal; adulterar

MISCONSTRUE -- misinterpretar (-ation)

MISCREANT -- fripon, rascale

MISDEAL -- misdar

MISDEED -- delicte, culpa

MISDEMEANOUR -- malconduida

MISER -- avaro(n)

MISERABLE -- miserabil

MISERLY -- avari

MISERY -- misere

MISFIT -- n. (person) maladjustate

MISFORTUNE -- ínfelicitá, misfortun, mischance

MISGIVING -- presentiment; dúbita

MISHAP -- accidente

MISLAY -- mismetter

MISLEAD -- misducter; seducter

MISMANAGE -- maladministrar, bosillar

MISNOMER -- fals nómine

MISOGYNIST -- misogino (-ie)

MISPLACE -- mismetter, mislocar

MISPRINT -- misprinta, print-erra

MISPRONOUNCE -- mispronunciar

MISQUOTE -- miscitar

MISREPRESENT -- mispresentar (-ation)

MISRULE -- n. mal guvernation

MISS -- v. (feel a want of) sentir li manca de, indiger; (let go by) preterlassar; (a train) ne atinger; (target) mancar; (discover a loss) remarcar un manca, omisser; n. manca, missuccesse; (title) senioretta

MISSAL -- messale

MISSHAPEN -- mal format, misformat

MISSILE -- projectile

MISSING -- mancant

MISSION -- ~ (-ari, -ario)

MISSIVE -- lettre, missage

MISSPELL -- mislitterar, misespelar

MISSTATE -- mispresentar, misdir, malrepresentar

MIST -- nebul (-osi)

MISTAKE -- v. miscomprender; (a person) misconosser; (a thing) misprender. TO BE MISTAKEN: errar; n. erra, errore

MISTER, MR. -- senior

MISTLETOE -- visco

MISTRANSLATE -- mistraducter

MISTRESS -- (of establishment) mastressa, dómina; (ruler) reyenta; (school-) chef-instruetora, principala; (sweetheart) amata; (kept) metressa

MISTRUST -- misfider, desfider

MISUNDERSTAND -- miscomprender

MISUSE -- v. misusar, abusar; n. misusa, abusa

MITE -- (coin) óbol; (insect) ácare; (particle) particul

MITIGATE -- mitigar (-ation), moderar

MITRE -- (eccl.) mitre (-al, -iform)

MITTEN -- demi-gante

MIX -- mixter (-ura, -ion); diluer

MIZZEN -- (naut.) besan (-mast)

MNEMONIC -- a. mnemonic, memorativ

MNEMONICS -- mnemonica

MOAN -- gemir (-ida); (~ about) plendir; lamentar

MOAT -- circumfosse

MOB -- n. turbe; populache; canallia; v. turbular; mal tractar MOBILE: mobil (-itá, -isar)

MOCK -- v. mocar (-ada, -age), deriDer

MODAL -- ~

MODE -- (fashion) moda, fasson; (manner) maniere, mode; (mus.) modo

MODEL -- n. modelle, form, exemple; v. formar, modellar, fassonar

MODERATE -- a. moderat, mediocri, sobri; (price) modic; v. moderar (-ation)

MODERN -- a. ~ (-itá, -isme, -isar), hodial

MODEST -- ~ (-ie), pudic

MODICUM -- litt quantité, un poc

MODIFY -- modificar (-ation)

MODISH -- secun li moda

MODISTE -- modista

MODULATE -- modular (-ation, -ator), adaptar, regular

MOHAIR -- moher

MOIETY -- demí

MOIRE -- moaré

MOIST -- humid (-ar, -itá)

MOLAR -- (tooth) molare

MOLASSES -- melasse

MOLE -- (zool.) talpe (-ero); (breakwater) molo; (on skin) marca, tuberette

MOLEHILL -- talp-tumul

MOLECULE -- molecul (-ari)

MOLESKINE -- (twilled cloth) ~

MOLEST -- genar, molestar (-ation)

MOLLIFY -- lenir, calmar, amollar, mollificar

MOLLUSC -- mollusco

MOLTEN -- fondet; fluid

MOLYBDENUM -- ~

MOMENT -- ~ (-an, -ari); importantie

MOMENTOUS -- important, gravissim

MOMENTUM -- momente

MONAD -- monade

MONARCH -- ~ (-ic, -ie, -ist, -isme)

MONASTERY -- monastere, monaciera

MONASTIC -- monacal

MONDAY -- lunedí

MONETARY -- monetari, pecuniari

MONEY -- moné, pecunie. READY ~: moné contant. MONEY-CHANGER: moné-cambiator. ~LENDER: prestator. ~ ORDER: mandate postal

MONGOOSE -- manguste

MONGREL -- a. hibrid(ach), de rasse mixtet

MONITOR -- sub-instructor; (naut.) monitor

MONITORY -- monitiv, monitori

MONK -- monaco (-al, -allia, -atu)

MONKEY -- simie (-atri, -esc), macaco

MONKSHOOD -- aconite

MONO- -- (prefix) mono-crom, -garnie, -grafie, —gramme, -lite, -log, -manie etc.

MONOCLE -- monocul

MONOPOLIZE -- monopolisar; acaparar

MONOPOLY -- monopol (-ist, -isar)

MONOSYLLABLE -- monosíllabe (-ic)

MONOTONE -- n. ~

MONOTONOUS -- monoton (-ie)

MONSIGNOR -- monsenior

MONSOON -- monsun

MONSTER -- monstru (-osi, -ositá), gigante

MONTH -- mensu (-al)

MONTHLY -- n. gazette mensual, mensuale

MONUMENT -- ~ (-al)

MOO -- muir (-ida)

MOOD -- humor, disposition; (gramm.) mode; (mus.) modo

MOODY -- melancolic, trist, morni

MOON -- lune (-ari)

MOONBEAM -- radie del lune

MOONLIGHT -- luce lunari

MOOR -- torfiera; v. amarrar (-age)

MOOT -- a. discussibil; v. proposir

MOP -- n. balay (moll) a lavar, moppe (-ar)

MOPE -- v. esser morosi, esser trist; enoyar se

MORAINE -- moren

MORAL -- a. ~ (-itá, -ist, -isar), etic

MORALE -- ~

MORALS -- mores, customes; etica

MORASS -- palude, morasse

MORBID -- ~, maladiv

MORDANT -- mordent, mordaci, acri, caustic

MORE -- plu, plu mult. THE ~ HE HAS, THE ~ HE WANTS: plu il have, plu il desira

MOREOVER -- adplu, adultra

MORGANATIC -- ~

MORGUE -- cadavriere

MORIBUND -- morient

MORMON -- ~ (-ic, -isme)

MORN(ING) -- matine (-al)

MOROCCO -- (leather) safian

MOROSE -- morosi

MORPHIA, MORPHINE -- morfine (-ist)

MORROW -- deman; die sequent

MORSE -- morsa, code telegrafic

MORSEL -- pezzette

MORTAL -- a. ~ (-itá), homan, fatal

MORTAR -- (cement) mortre, cement; (vessel) pistuore; (artill.) mortiere

MORTGAGE -- hipoteca (-ar, -ario)

MORTGAGER -- debitor hipotecari

MORTIFY -- v. mortificar (-ation); chagrinar; (med.) ingangrenar

MORTISE -- mortese

MORTUARY -- depó de mortos, cadavriere

MOSAIC -- mosaica

MOSQUE -- moské

MOSQUITO -- mosquite. MOSQUITO NET: para-mosquite

MOSS -- mosse (-i, -atri, -osi, -ut)

MOST -- max; lu max; max mult

MOSTLY -- precipue; generalmen, max sovente

MOTE -- (of dust) polvun, pallie

MOTH -- tinea. MOTHEATEN: rodet de tineas

MOTHER -- matre. GRANDMOTHER: ava. MOTHER-IN-LAW: bel-matre

MOTHERHOOD -- matrinitá

MOTHERLY -- maternal, matrin

MOTHER-OF-PEARL -- perlematre, nacre (-in)

MOTHERWIT -- sagiesse natural

MOTION -- ~; movida; proposition. TO SET IN ~: far functionar, lansar; activar. MOTIONLESS: ínmobil, inmo(v)ent

MOTIVE -- a. motiv; motori; n. motive, rason

MOTIVATE -- motivar

MOTLEY -- a. heterogen, diversachi, pluricolori; color-maculat

MOTOR -- ~. MOTORCAR: automobile (-isme)

MOTOR-CYCLE -- motorcicle

MOTTLED -- de varie colores, color-maculat

MOTTO -- ~, devise

MOULD -- (soil) humo; (fungus) mofa, mofatura; (for casting) forme, modelle, matricie; v. formar, modellar, fassonar

MOULDER -- putrir; n. (person) formator, modellator

MOULDING -- (Arch.) corniche

MOULDY -- mofosi (-tá). TO BECOME ~: mofar se

MOULT -- v. mutar plumes, mutar li pelle

MOUND -- tumul; colinette; vall

MOUNT -- n. monte; (in frame) montura; v. ascender, montar; (to assemble) monter. TO ~ UP: acumular se; (clamber) climbar

MOUNTAIN -- monte. ~ RANGE: montania

MOUNTAIN-ASH -- sorbe

MOUNTAINEER -- alpinist

MOUNTEBANK -- charlatan, saltimbanco

MOURN -- v. luctuar, esser in luctu, lamentar

MOURNFUL -- luctuosi. funebri, lugubri

MOURNING -- (clothes) vestiment funebri

MOUSE -- cms (-iere, -trappe)

MOUSTACHE -- mustache (-ut)

MOUTH -- bocca (-ade); (of river) inboccatura, estuarie; (of animal) fauc

MOUTH-ORGAN -- bocc-harmonica

MOUTHPIECE -- bee; (spokesman) portavoce, parlator

MOVE -- v. moer, mover (se); (of the feelings) emoer, atendrir; (change residence) translocar; (propose) proposir; n. move

MOVEMENT -- ~

MOW -- falcear; (with lawn mower) machin-tonder

MUCH -- mult; n. multcós. AS ~ AS: tant quant. HOW ~?: quant?

MUCILAGE -- mucilágine, colle, glutine

MUCK -- inpuritá, fec; (manure) sterco

MUCUS -- muc (-osi, -ositá)

MUD -- mudde (-osi), fango, slamm

MUDDLE -- v. confuser, desordinar, n. desórdine, confusion

MUDGUARD -- para-mudde, para-fango

MUFF -- ~

MUFFLE -- (wrap up) invelopar; (of sound) obtuser (-ion)

MUFFLED -- obtus

MUFFLER -- col-charpe

MUFTI -- vestiment civil; (title) ~

MUG -- cruche, cop(ette); (tankard) chop; (fig.) stulton

MUGGY -- humid, opressiv

MUGWORT -- artemisia

MULATTO -- mulatte

MULBERRY -- morbere (-iero)

MULCT -- imposir un pecuniari punition; n. multa

MULE -- mul (-atri, -ero)

MULL -- v. atepidar e spicear vine

MULLION -- fenestre-barre

MULTIFARIOUS -- varie, divers

MULTIPLE -- a. multiplic; n. multiplica

MULTIPLY -- multiplicar (-ation, -and, -ator); (increase) multiplicar (se), augmentar (se)

MULTITUDE -- multitá; (crowd) turbe, populache

MUM -- a. silent. TO KEEP ~: tacer

MUMBLE -- v. murmurar

MUMMERY -- mascarade

MUMMY -- mumie (-ificar)

MUMPS -- parotite, orelion

MUNCH -- machar

MUNDANE -- mundan

MUNICIPAL -- ~

MUNICIPALITY -- municipie

MUNIFICENT -- ~ (-ie), generosi

MUNITION -- ~

MURAL -- ~; n. murale

MURDER -- v. mortar (-ation. -ator, -ard), assassinar; (a language) balbutiar, parlachar

MURDEROUS -- mortatori

MURKY -- tenebrosi, obscur

MURMUR -- n. murmura (-ar, -ada)

MURRAIN -- epizootie

MUSCATEL -- (grape) muscate; (vine) vin muscatin

MUSCLE -- muscul (-ari, -osi)

MUSE -- n. musal; n. revar, meditar, ruminar

MUSEUM -- muséo

MUSHROOM -- fungo, champinion

MUSIC -- musica (-al, -ar), harmonie. MUSIC-HALL: teatre de varietá. MUSIC STOOL: taburette

MUSICIAN -- musico, musicante

MUSK -- musco

MUSKET -- musquete (-ero), fusil

MUSLIN -- musseline

MUSSEL -- musle, mitil

MUST -- v. deve (followed by infinitive). HE ~ GO: il deve ear

MUST -- n. most

MUSTARD -- mostarde; (plant) sinap. ~PLASTER: sinapisme

MUSTER -- v. assemblar; n. assemblé, reunion

MUSTY -- mofat, fungatri; desfrisc

MUTABLE -- mutabil (-itá)

MUTATE -- mutar (-ation)

MUTE -- mut (-o); (for instrument) surdine

MUTILATE -- mutilar (-ation)

MUTINY -- v. insurecter (-ion), rebeller, revoltar; n. revolte

MUTTER -- v. murmurar, grunir

MUTTON -- carne agnin, agnine

MUTUAL -- ~ (-itá, -isme), reciproc, comun

MUZZLE -- (snout) musel; (for dog) museliere; (of gun) bocca

MY -- mi

MYOPIA -- miopie, curt vision

MYOSOTIS -- miosótis

MYRIAD -- miriade; deci mill

MYRRH -- mirra

MYRTLE -- mirte

MYSTERY -- misterie (-osi)

MYSTIC -- a. mistic (-o, -isme)

MYSTIFY -- mistificar (-ation)

MYTH -- mite (-ologie, -ologic), saga, legende

MYTHICAL -- mitic, fabulosi