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mako, n. metal
makoano, n. Minaere Friday
makoere, n. Makoere, Ano V, 'star of metal'
makokiro, n. metallurgy
makopayu, n. Friday
maku, n. masonry
makupiñi, n. mason
makuta, v. lay bricks or stones
mamata, v. be selfish, self-centered, self-important; behave selfishly
maña, n. dough, batter
mañata, v. knead
mañe, n. saltire
mane, n. fresh cheese, curd cheese, paneer
mañi, n. knee
mani, n. cadet
mañita, v. kneel
mañivekuta, v. knee sb, hit with knee
maño, n. grandchild, granddaughter, birthdaughter's birthdaughter
mano, n. fun, amusement
mañu, n. noodle
manu, adj. mad, insane, crazy
manuru, n. madness, insanity
mara, adv. away, absent
maraha, adv. (being, going) away
marahe, adv. (going, coming from) away
mare, n. mirror
mari, n. granddaughter-in-law, daughter's birthdaughter's wife
maro, n. firefly
maru, n. shine, glisten, glitter
maruke, adj. shiny, glistening, glittery
maruta, v. shine, glisten, glitter
marutata, v. polish, shine
masa, n. liver
maso, n. ghee, clarified butter
mata, adj. stiff, rigid
matare, n. lagoon
mati, n. starch
mato, n. mist
matoñara, adj. misty
mau, n. salt
mauta, v. salt
mava, n. bay, gulf
mavaña, n. savoury food(s), salty food(s)
mavi, adj. salty
maviru, n. saltiness
maya, n. house
mayapiñi, n. caretaker, janitor
mayapoya, n. farmer, freeholder
mayaro, n. economy; household
mayaroñara, n. head of household
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

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