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mito, n. blow, blast of air
mitoreyepi, n. wind instrument
mitota, v. blow (air, usually not of wind)
mitoteta, v. inflate (tr.)
mitoteye, adj. inflatable
mitu, n. bellows
miva, adj. polite, civilized
mivaro, n. civilization, refinement
mivaru, n. politeness, civility
mivaso, n. civilization (a society with advanced culture)
mivata, v. civilize
mive, n. citizen
mivepu, n. light motorcycle
mivi, n. town, city
mivihase, n. mayor
mivikana, n. alderperson, town elder, town councillor
mivisena, n. city wall
mivo, n. politics
mivohipe, adj. political
mivoya, n. politician
mivu, adj. civic, civil
mivupiñe, n. civil servant, public official
miya, n. wayfarer; planet
mo, n. hearing (sense)
moe, n. listening
moeta, v. listen, listen to
moeya, n. listener
mohi, n. puffed rice
moho, n. rind, peel, skin
mohopi, n. peeler
mohota, v. peel
moka, n. musical mallet, especially used with toko
moma, n. healing
momahipe, adj. medical
momaoti, n. medicine, medical science
momapi, n. medicine, medical preparation, drug
momata, v. heal, cure
momaya, n. physician, healer
momimu, n. sense of hearing
momo, n. echo
moni, n. garland, wreath; anthology, collection of poems, stories or articles
monimu sokata, v. get married
monipiñi, n. garland maker, garland seller; florist
monopo, adj. deaf, hearing impaired
mora, n. knife
mori, n. peacock
moro, n. helmet
mosi, n. Rireinu koi, domesticated carp
mota, v. hear, perceive with ears
motaro, n. recital, concert
motaso, n. auditorium, concert hall
motata, v. make one hear, present for ears, perform a recital; recite, recount, tell (a story)
motaya, n. vocal performer
mouta, v. sound, sound like
moya, n. hearer, audience (person)
mua, n. count
muaoti, n. arithmetic
muapi, n. calculator
muata, v. count
muha, n. sheet, plate
muhe, n. face
muhita, v. invent; discover; devise
muho, n. panel, painting
mui, n. number, digit
muita, v. number
muivisu, n. number, numerical character
muki, n. statue
muma, n. grandmother, birthmother's comother
mumaki, n. elephant
mumo, n. grandmother, birthmother's birthmother, grandparent
mumu, n. brook, creek
muna, n. venom, poison from bite or sting
muñaro, n. destruction, ruin
muñata, v. destroy, ruin, mutilate, make unfit
mupa, n. shadow, shade
mura, n. text
muri, n. mill; wind-, water-, tread-, ox-
muripata, n. millstone
murita, v. mill, rotate while doing sth, do sth with rotating movement; turn everything upside down
muriya, n. miller
muro, n. of age, adult
muronopo, n. (colloq.) incompetent, immature
muru, n. age; life, lifetime
muruñara, adj. aged (person)
musa, n. bird of prey, Rireinu eagle
museta, v. crush
musi, n. a fruit tree and its white fruit, Rireinu guava
musuta, v. be crushed
muta, n. pig, pork
mute, n. development, evolution
muti, n. computation
mutioti, n. mathematics
mutipi, n. computer
mutita, v. compute, calculate
mutivaka, n. Mutivaka, global computer network
mutiya, n. computer operator; computer (person, obs.)
mutota, v. develop (tr.)
mututa, v. develop, evolve (itr.)
muva, n. chapter (of text); number, digit
muvata, v. read, count (up), tally

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