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mayaropiñi, n. housekeeper
maye, n. hiding place, hideout; concealed -; (colloq.) stash
mayeta, v. hide, conceal (tr.)
mayetuta, v. hide, go into hiding (itr.)
mayi, n. clotted cream
me, pron. we, 1st person plural
mea, n. honey
meatimi, n. honeycomb
mee, n. pleasure (not said of sexual pleasure)
meeke, adj. pleasant
meeta, v. please
meha, adj. industrious, hard working
mehapi, n. robot, automaton
mehata, v. work hard, labour, be productive, be industrious
meho, n. mead, honey wine
mehu, n. fruit wine, fermented beverage made with fruit
mei, adj. happy, joyful
meiñameiru, n. happiness-unhappiness, fortunes, situation
meirei, n. fireworks, feu de joie
meireikaru, n. firework (rocket, Roman candle, etc.)
meiru, n. joy, happiness
meka, n. shield
mekata, v. shield
meke, n. bee, an eusocial flying insect that makes honey
meme, n. pleasure (sexual)
memo, n. oblivion; forgetting
memota, v. forget
mena, adj. sweet; cute
menahe, n. candy, sweets
menaña, n. sweet food(s)
menaru, n. sweetness
menavete, n. freshwater
meni, n. departure
menita, v. depart, leave
meño, n. nectar
meñu, n. flattery
meñuta, v. flatter
mepi, n. offer
mepita, v. offer, promote
meputa, v. promote oneself
mera, n. festival, celebration
merata, v. celebrate
mere, n. a dish of pickled leaf vegetables similar to kimchi
mero, n. friend; -phile
merohipe, adj. friendly
meroru, n. friendship
merota, v. befriend sb
meru, n. peahen, peafowl
mese, n. flour
mesero, n. powder
meseta, v. grind
mesita, v. haul, drag
meso, n. cement (powdered stone used for mortar and concrete); powdered adhesive
mesuhi, n. tractor
meta, n. sugar
mete, adj. many
metekomo, n. polygon
metemuva, n. plural
meti, n. gate
meto, n. buttermilk, drinking yoghurt
metu, n. tribe
metupu, adj. tribal
meve, n. ejaculate
meya, n. vegetable
meyapiñi, n. greengrocer
meyi, n. success
meyiñara, adj. successful
meyita, v. succeed, gain results
meyoro, adv. often
miata, v. ferment, undergo fermentation
miatata, v. ferment sth
miha, adv. somewhere
mihe, adv. from somewhere
mihi, n. motor, engine
mihipura, n. motorcycle
mihisoto, n. engine room
mihivesupura, n. motorised bicycle, light motorcycle
mihiya, n. engineer
mihiyaoti, n. engineering
miita, v. run (of an engine)
miitata, v. run an engine
mikaru, n. vehicle
mikave, n. wanderer
mike, n. corridor; aisle
miki, pron. some, something
mikise, adj. some kind, like something
miko, n. wedding marshal, bride's lieutenant
miku, pron. someone
mima, n. scan, probe
mimata, v. scan, probe
mimero, n. request
mimeta, v. ask, request
mimi, n. ear (botany)
mimiso (1), n. route, itinerary
mimiso (2), n. career
mimoro, n. question
mimota, v. ask, inquire
mimu, n. sense, sensory faculty
mimupi, n. sensor
miña, adj. bright

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