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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
mina (1), n. motion, movement
mina (2), n. Minaere calendar month, 30 or 31 local days
minaere, n. Minaere, Ano III, 'star of movement'
minapayu, n. Thursday
minata, v. move, be in motion
minatata, v. move sth, cause to move
minayeni, n. Minaere calendar year, 491 (or 490) local days
miñe, n. cross
mine, n. travel, journey
minekaru, n. transportation
mineñuro, n. tourism
mineñuya, n. tourist
mineso, n. passenger compartment
mineta, v. travel
mineya, n. passenger
mineyanaña, n. passenger car (railway)
mini, n. daughter-in-law, daughter's wife
miño, interj. mu, neither yes nor no
mipe (1), n. request
mipe (2), n. application
mipe (3), n. prayer
mipepiñi, n. beggar
mipeta (1), v. beg, request
mipeta (2), v. pray
mipu, n. motorcycle (abbrev.)
mira, n. tamarind
miraka, adv. somewhat, some amount
miri, n. purse; bag with a closing mechanism
miro (1), n. movement from a place/position to another
miro (2), adv. sometime
misa, n. granddaughter, birthdaughter's wife's birthdaughter
misi, n. sea, ocean
misiere, n. Misiere, Ano VIII, 'star of ocean'
misihava, n. Navy
miso, n. route
misonaña, n. bus
misu, n. start
misuneko, n. starter
misuta, v. start, begin motion (itr.)
misutata, v. start (tr.)
mita, v. move, go somewhere, journey
mitaro, n. move from place or position to another, move in a game
mitata, v. move sth somewhere
mite, adv. somehow
miti, n. creature, beast, any animal
mitimomaya, n. veterinarian
mitioti, n. zoology
mitiotipiñi, n. zoologist
mitipuuya, n. Speaker-to-Animals, aka Professor of Galactic Languages
mititiva, n. zoo, zoological garden

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