A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Y - Z

m abbr = metro;
= metro quadrate;
= metro cubic

[ma] conj but;
non solmente ... ma alsi not only ... but also
(= mais)

macabre adj gruesome, macabre;
dansa macabre dance of death, danse macabre

MacAdam, John London npr [1756-1836; Scottish engineer who invented macadam pavement]
Hence: macadam-macadamisar-macadamisation

macadam [A] n macadam

macadamisar v to macadamize

macadamisation n macadamization

macaron n macaroon

macaronea (-éa) n macaronic composition, macaronics

macaroni npl [Cookery] macaroni
Hence: macaronea; macaronic

macaronic adj macaronic (as in “macaronic verse”)

Maccabeos (-éos) nprpl Maccabees

macedone¹ n Macedonian (= inhabitant of Macedonia)
Hence: Macedonia; macedonie-macedonia

macedone² adj Macedonian (= pertaining to Macedonia)

Macedonia¹ npr Macedon, Macedonia

macedonia² n [Cookery] macédoine

macedonie adj Macedonian (= pertaining to Macedonia)

macellar v to butcher, slaughter

macelleria (-ía) n butchershop

macellero n butcher

macello n slaughterhouse
Hence: macellero; macelleria; macellar

mach- [occurring in compounds] mach- (= fight)
Hence: machopolypo etc.; logomache etc.; sciamachia etc.; tauromachia etc.; batrachomyomachia etc.

Machiavelli, Niccolo (níc-) npr [1469-1527; Florentine statesman]
Hence: machiavellismo; machiavellista; machiavellic

machiavellic adj Machiavellian

machiavellismo n Machiavellism

machiavellista n Machiavellian

machina (má-) n machine; also: engine;
machina infernal infernal machine;
machina (de scriber) typewriter;
machina de vapor (steam) engine
Hence: machinal; machineria; machinista; machinar &

machinal adj mechanical (1. as in “mechanical powers”; 2. as in “mechanical action”)

machinar v to machinate
Hence: machination, machinator

machination n machination

machinator n plotter, machinator

machineria (-ía) n machinery (= machines collectively)

machinista n 1. machinist (= one who invents, makes or controls machines); 2. engineman; 3. stagehand, scene shifter

machopolypo (-pó-) n [Zool.] machopolyp

macie n leanness, thinness
Hence: emaciar &

macr- adj [occurring in compounds] macro- (= long, large)
Hence: macrocosmo etc.; macroseismo etc.; macrocephale etc.; macroscopic etc.

macrocephale adj macrocephalic
Hence: macrocephalia

macrocephalia (-ía) n macrocephaly

macrocosmic adj macrocosmic

macrocosmo n macrocosm
Hence: macrocosmic

macrocyste n [Biol.; Bot.] macrocyst

macroscele adj macroscelous, long-legged
Hence: macroscelia

macroscelia (-ía) n macroscelia, long-leggedness

macro-scelide (-scé-) n [Zool.] elephant shrew, Macroscelides

macroscopic adj macroscopic

macroseismo (-séizmo) n macroseism, major earthquake

macula n stain, spot;
sin macula spotless, immaculate
Hence: macular-maculamento, maculabile, maculate-immaculate; dismacular-dismaculator, dismaculatura

maculabile adj spotting easily

maculamento n spotting, staining

macular v to stain, spot

maculate 1. pp of macular; 2. adj spotted, speckled, flecked

madonna n madonna

madrigal n [Poet., Mus.] madrigal

maestra n mistress (= female teacher)

maestrabile adj teachable

maestral adj masterly

maestramento n instruction, training

maestrar v 1. to master; 2. to instruct, train

maestrative adj instructive

maestria (-ía) n mastery (= skill, dexterity, worthy of a master)

maestro n master (1. lord, owner, etc.; 2. person possessing approved skill or mastery); attrib. master (= main);
maestro de ceremonias master of ceremonies;
maestro (carpentero, etc.) master (carpenter etc.);
maestro (de schola) (school)master
Hence: maestria; maestral; maestrar-maestramento, maestrabile, maestrative; burgomaestro etc.; maestra

maga n enchantress, sorceress; also: witch

magazin n 1. warehouse, storehouse; 2. store, shop; 3. [Mil.] magazine (of military supply); 4 magazine (= entertaining periodical for the general reader)
Hence: magazinero; immagazinar-immagazinage

magazine [A] n magazine (= entertaining periodical for the general reader)

magazinero n warehouseman

magia (-ía) n magic; also: witchcraft;
magia blanc white magic;
magia nigre black magic

magic adj magic, magical;
lanterna magic magic lantern

magico n magician

[magis] (má-) adv 1. more; 2. rather

magistral adj 1. magisterial (as in “magisterial air”); 2. [Pharm.] magistral

magistrato n magistrate
Hence: magistratura

magistratura n magistracy, magistrature (1. dignity or office of a magistrate; 2. magistrates collectively)

magistro n master (as in “master of arts”)
Hence: magistrato &; magistral

magnanime (-ná-) adj magnanimous
Hence: magnanimitate

magnanimitate n magnanimity

magnate n magnate (1. person of eminence or great influence; 2. [Hist.] member of the Upper House in the Diets of Hungary and Poland)

magne adj great, eminent
Hence: magnate; magnitude; magnific &; magnificar-magnification; magnamime etc.

magnesia n [Chem.] magnesia (= magnesium oxide)
Hence: magnesium; magnesian; magnesic

magnesian adj [Chem.] magnesian

magnesic adj [Chem.] magnesic

magnesium (-né-) n magnesium

magnete n magnet
Hence: magnetismo; magnetic; magnetisar; magnetron etc.; magneto-electric etc.; electromagnete etc.

magnetic adj magnetic

magnetisar v to magnetize (1. to charge with magnetic properties; 2. to mesmerize)

magnetismo n magnetism;
magnetismo animal animal magnetism, mesmerism

magneto n [Elec.] magneto

magneto-electric adj magneto-electric

magnetron n [Atomic Phys.] magnetron

magnific adj 1. magnificent; 2. munificent
Hence: magnificente-magnificentia

magnificar v to exalt, extol, magnify

magnification n exaltation (= act of exalting or extolling)

magnificente adj 1. magnificent; 2. munificent

magnificentia n 1. magnificence; 2. munificence

magnitude n magnitude (1. greatness; 2. [Astron.])

mago n 1. magus, mage; 2. magician, sorcerer;
le (tres) magos the (three) Magi
Hence: magic-magico; magia; maga

magre adj lean, thin, meager;
die magre [Eccl.] fast day
Hence: magressa; magrir

magressa n leanness, thinness

magrir v to become lean or thin, reduce

mahagoni (-há-) n mahogany

maharaja [Hind.] n maharaja

maharani [Hind.] n maharanee

mahatma n mahatma

mahdi (-dí) n Mahdi

Mahomet npr Mohammed
Hence: mahometismo; mahometista; mahometan-mahometano

mahometan adj Mohammedan, Mahometan

mahometano n Mohammedan, Mahometan

mahometismo n Mohammedanism, Mahometanism

mahometista n Mohammedan

maio n May

mais¹ (-ís) n (Indian) corn, maize

mais² (máis) conj but;
non solmente ... mais etiam not only ... but also

majest- see majestate

majestate n 1. majesty; 2. Majesty
Hence: majestose; majestatic

majestatic adj majestic

majestose adj majestic, majestical

major¹ adj major (1. greater in dimension, rank, age, etc.; 2. [Mus.]; 3. [Law] of full age);
fortia major force majeure;
le major parte del tempore most of the time;
stato major [Mil.] general staff
Hence: majoritate; majorar; major-majoria, majordomo etc.

major² n major (1. [Army]; 2. person who is of age);
major general major-general

majorar v to make greater

majordomo n major-domo

majoria (-ía) n majority (1. rank of an army major; 2. legal age of responsibility)

majoritate n majority (1. greater or greatest number; 2. legal age of responsibility; 3. rank of an army major)

majuscula n capital (= capital letter)

majuscule adj capital (as in “capital letter”)
Hence: majuscula

mal¹ adj bad, evil;
le mal oculo the evil eye
Hence: malitia &; malefic &: maligne &: malformation etc.; malgrado etc.; malodor etc.; malsan etc.; malevole etc.; malevolente etc.; malfamate etc.; maledicer etc.; maltractar etc.

mal² adv badly

mal³ n 1. evil, also: bad (= badness, that which is bad); 2. illness; 3. pain, ache;
mal caduc falling sickness, epilepsy;
mal de mar seasickness;
facer mal a un persona to hurt, injure, a person;
mal de capite headache;
mal del pais homesickness;
mal del aviatores airsickness

malaceas npl [Bot.] Malaceae

malacee adj [Bot.] malaceous

malade adj ill, sick
Hence: maladia

maladia (-ía) n illness, sickness

malaria [I] n [Pathol.] malaria
Hence: malaric

malaric adj malarial

malay¹ (-ái) n Malay (1. member of the Malayan Race; 2. Malay language)
Hence: Malaya

malay² (-ái) adj Malay, Malayan

Malaya npr Malaya, Malay Peninsula

malcontente adj dissatisfied; also: malcontent

maledicente adj slanderous

maledicentia n slander

maledicer [-dic-/-dict-] v to curse (= to utter a curse or curses against)
Hence: maledicente-maledicentia; malediction; maledicte

maledict- see maledicer

maledicte adj cursed, accursed

malediction n malediction, curse

malefic (-lé-) adj malefic, harmful
Hence: maleficio; maleficente-maleficentia

maleficente adj maleficent, evil-doing

maleficentia n maleficence, mischievousness

maleficio n evil deed, mischief

malevole adj malevolent

malevolente adj malevolent
Hence: malevolentia

malevolentia n malevolence

malfacer [-fac-/-fact-] v to do evil, wrong
Hence: malfaciente; malfactor

malfaciente adj maleficent, harmful

malfact- see malfacer

malfactor n malefactor

malfamate adj in bad repute

malformation n malformation

malgrado conj in spite of

malgratiose adj churlish, rude

[malgre] (-gré) prep in spite of
(= malgrado)

malia n 1. mesh (of a net); 2. stitch (in knitting, etc.); 3. mail-armor
Hence: maliar; inmaliar

maliar v to net (as in “to make a living by netting purses”)

malic adj malic;
acido malic malic acid

malignar v to be malignant

maligne adj malignant (1. malicious; 2. malign, harmful)
Hence: malignitate; malignar

malignitate n malignancy, malignity

malitia n malice
Hence: malitiose

malitiose adj malicious

malleabile adj malleable

malleabilitate n malleability

mallear v 1. to hammer, hammer out; 2. to thresh (grain), etc.
Hence: malleabile-malleabilitate

malleo n I. mall (1. mallet used in game of mall; 2. the game “mall”; 3. the alley in which mall was played); II. sledgehammer
Hence: mallette; mallear &

mallette n mallet

malo n apple
Hence: malacee-malaceas; malic

malodor adj malodorous

malsan adj unhealthy (1. not in good health; 2. unwholesome)

malsonante adj 1. ill-sounding; 2. offensive, scandalous

malt n malt
Hence: maltosa; maltar-maltator

maltar v to malt (= convert into malt)

maltator n malter, maltster

maltosa n [Chem.] maltose

maltractamento n maltreatment

maltractar v to maltreat
Hence: maltractamento

malversar v to be guilty of malversation or corruption in office
Hence: malversation

malversation n malversation (= corruption in office)

mam- see mamma

mamilla n [Anat.] mamma
Hence: mamillon; mamillari; mamillate; mamilliforme etc.

mamillari adj mamillary (1. pertaining to the breast; 2. mammiform)

mamillate adj mamillated, mamillary

mamilliforme adj mamillary, mamilliform

mamillon n [Geog.] mamelon

mamma n 1. [Anat.] mamma; 2. mama (= mother)
Hence: mammal &; mammari; mammifere &; mammiforme etc.; mamilla &

mammal n mammal
Hence: mammalogia etc.

mammalogia (-ía) n mammalogy
Hence: mammalogic

mammalogic adj mammalogical

mammari adj mammary

mammifere adj mammiferous
Hence: mammifero

mammifero (-í-) n mammal

mammiforme adj mammiform

mammona n [Bib.] mammon

mammut n mammoth

man-¹ [occurring in derivatives and compounds]
Hence: mania-maniac-maniaco, anglomania etc., bibliomania etc., megalomania etc.; bibliomane etc.; megalomane etc.; anglomano etc.; kleptomano etc.; theatromano etc.

man-² adj [occurring in compounds] mano- (1. rare, thin; 2. gaseous)
Hence: manometro etc.

manar v 1. to flow, trickle; 2. to emanate
Hence: emanar &

manata n handful

mancar v to be lacking (= to be deficient or missing)

manchette [F] n cuff (of a sleeve)

manchu¹ (-tchú, -djú) adj Manchu, Manchurian
Hence: Manchuria, Manchukuo etc.

manchu² (-tchú, -djú) n Manchu (1. Manchurian; 2. Manchu language)

Manchukuo (-tchúkwó, -djúkwó) npr Manchukuo

Manchuria (-tch-, -dj-) npr Manchuria

mancipar v to make over or deliver up as property

mancipe (mán-) n purchaser
Hence: mancipar-emancipar etc.

manco n lack, want
Hence: mancar

mand- v [occurring in derivatives]
Hence: mandibula &; manducar &

mandante n [Law] principal, mandator

mandar v 1. to order (= to have a person follow an order or instruction); 2. to send
Hence: mandante; mandato &; commandar &; contramandar; demandar &

mandarin n mandarin (= Chinese public official);
lingua mandarin Mandarin (language)
Hence: mandarinato; mandarinismo

mandarina n mandarin (= tangerine)
Hence: mandariniero

mandarinato n mandarinate

mandariniero n mandarin (tree)

mandarinismo n mandarinism

mandatario n mandatary, mandatory; also: attorney, agent, etc.

mandato n 1. order, command; 2. [Law, Pol.] mandate;
mandato postal (postal) money order
Hence: mandatario

mandibula n [Anat.] jaw; also: [Anat., Zool.] mandible
Hence: mandibular

mandibular adj mandibular

mandola [I] n mandola, mandora, pandora, pandore, bandore, etc. (= musical instrument similar to a mandolin, but larger)

mandolino [I] n mandolin

manducabile adj edible

manducar v to eat;
manducar (un persona) vive to eat (someone) alive;
manducar le parolas to mumble, chew one’s words
Hence: manducabile; manducation

manducation n (act of) eating

[mane] 1. n morning; 2. adv early in the morning

maneabile adj easy to handle; manageable

maneabilitate n wieldiness; manageability

maneamento n handling (of a tool, instrument, etc.)

manear v to handle (a tool, instrument); also: [Equit.] to manage; train, break in
Hence: maneo; maneamento; maneabile-maneabilitate, immaneabile

maneo (-éo) n I. stratagem, trick; II. manège (1. horsemanship; 2. riding school)

-maner v [occurring in derivatives and compounds]
Hence: immaner &; permaner &; remaner &

mangan- see manganese, manganic

manganato n [Chem.] manganate

manganese n [Chem.] manganese (= the metal “manganese”)
Hence: manganite; manganic-manganato, permanganic-permanganato; manganifere; manganose

manganic adj [Chem.] manganic

manganifere adj manganiferous

manganite n [Mineral.] manganite

manganose adj [Chem.] manganous

mangiabile (-já-) adj edible

mangiar¹ (-jár) v to eat
Hence: mangiabile; mangiator; mangiatoria

mangiar² (-jár) n food

mangiator (-ja-) n eater

mangiatoria (-ja-) n manger, crib

mania (-ía) n mania (1. [Pathol.]; 2. as in “sport mania”);
haber le mania de to have a mania for

maniac (-í-) adj maniac

maniaco (-í-) n maniac

manica n 1. [Clothing] sleeve; 2. hose (= flexibile tube for conveying water, etc.); 3. channel, strait; 4 handcuff; 5 gas-mantle;
in manicas de camisa in shirt sleeves;
haber le manica large to be lenient (in judging moral matters);
le Manica the (English) Channel

manich- see manico

manichetto n muff

manico n handle (of a hammer, broom, plow, etc.); neck (of a violin)
Hence: manichetta; dismanicar; immanicar

manicuro n manicurist

maniera n manner, way;
de maniera que so that;
manieras manners;
bon manieras good manners;
mal manieras bad manners
Hence: manierismo; manierista; manierose; manierar

manierar v to fill with mannerism, to make affected, to stylize

manierismo n mannerism

manierista n mannerist

manierose adj well-mannered, mannerly

manifestar v to manifest

manifestation n manifestation (1. act of manifesting; 2. public demonstration)

manifeste adj manifest
Hence: manifestar-manifestation; manifesto

manifesto n 1. manifesto; 2. manifest

manilla n 1. bracelet; 2. shackle

maniluvio n [Med.] maniluvium, bath for the hands

manipular v to manipulate
Hence: manipulation; manipulative; manipulator; manipulatori

manipulation n manipulation

manipulative adj manipulative

manipulator n manipulator

manipulatori adj manipulatory

manivella n [Mach.] crank
Hence: manivellar

manivellar v to crank, turn a crank

manna n manna (1. “Biblical manna”; 2. [Pharm.])

mannequin [F] n mannequin (1. figure of a person used by artists, tailors, etc.; 2. dressmaker’s live model)

mano n I. hand (1. hand of a person; 2. handwriting); II. quire (of paper);
sub mano in an underhanded way;
del mano al mano directly, without intermediary;
de prime mano first-hand;
dar le ultime mano a to give the final touch to;
un mano lava le altere you scratch my back, I scratch yours;
demandar le mano de un persona to ask for someone’s hand;
mano morte mortmain;
lavar se le manos de to wash one’s hands of;
venir al manos to come to blows;
de secunde mano second-hand
Hence: manata; manilla; manual; manico &; manica; manear &; manumitter etc.; manicuro etc.; quadrumane etc.; manufac- etc.; manuscripte etc.; manomorte etc.; manicuro etc.; maniluvio etc.; mantener etc.; mancipe etc.; sinistromane etc.; quadrumane etc.; lavamanos etc.

manographo (-ó-) n [Engin.] manograph

manometro (-ó-) n manometer

manomorte n [Law] mortmain

manovra n 1. operation (= act of putting and keeping in operation); 2. [R.R.] shunting; switching; 3. seamanship; 4 maneuver;
manovras 1. [Mil.] maneuvers; 2. [Naut.] rigging, tackle
Hence: manovrar-manovrabile-manovrabilitate, manovrator

manovrabile adj maneuverable

manovrabilitate n maneuverability

manovrar v 1. to operate (= to put and keep in operation); 2. to maneuver

manovrator n maneuverer

Mansard, François npr [1598-1666; French architect]
Hence: mansarda

mansarda n [Arch.] mansard (1. mansard roof; 2. mansard story or room); also: garret, attic

mansuete adj tame; also: gentle, mild, meek, etc.
Hence: mansuetude

mansuetude n tameness; also: gentleness, meekness, mildness, etc.

mante n [Zool.] mantis

-mante n [occurring in derivatives and compounds] -mancer (= prophet, seer)
Hence: -mantia-bibliomantia etc., hieromantia etc.; mantic-mantica; chiromante etc.; necromante etc.

mantelletto n mantelet (1. short mantle or cape; 2. [Fortif.])

mantello n coat, mantle, cloak, etc.
Hence: mantelletto; dismantellar &; portamantello etc.

mantenentia n maintenance (1. as in “maintenance of order”; 2. means of sustenance)

mantener v to maintain (1. to keep in the same position or status; 2. to adhere to an opinion)
Hence: mantenimento; mantenentia; mantenitor

mantenimento n maintenance (1. as in “maintenance of order”; 2. means of sustenance)

mantenitor n maintainer

-mantia (-ía) n [occurring in compounds] -mancy (= divination)

mantic adj mantic

mantica n manticism, mantic, divination

mantilla [H] n (Spanish) mantilla

manu- see mano

manual¹ adj manual

manual² n manual (= handbook)

manufac- [fac-/-fact-] v [occurring in derivatives]
Hence: manufactura-manufacturari, manufacturar

manufact- see manufac-

manufactura n 1. factory, manufactory; 2. manufacture, fabrication

manufacturar v to manufacture

manufacturari adj manufacturing (as in “manufacturing town”)

manumiss- see manumitter

manumission n manumission

manumitter [-mitt-/-miss-] v to manumit
Hence: manumission

manuscripte adj manuscript
Hence: manuscripto

manuscripto n manuscript

mappa n map

mappamundi [NL] n map of the world

maquerello (makeréllo) n mackerel

mar n sea (= large body of salt water);
un mar de (sanguine) a sea of (blood);
(in) alte mar (on) high seas;
homine de mar seaman, seafaring man;
mal de mar seasickness;
mar grosse heavy sea;
Mar Nigre Black Sea;
Mar Morte Dead Sea;
Mar del Nord North Sea
Hence: marea; marin &; maritime; amarar &; ultramar; verdemar etc.

marabu (-bú) n [Ornith.] marabou

marabut n marabout (= Mohammedan saint or hermit)

marasca [I] n marasca (cherry)
Hence: maraschino

marasch- see marasca

maraschino n maraschino

marca¹ n I. mark (1. trace, impression; 2. sign, indication; 3. stamp, brand, label, etc.); II. marker (= instrument for marking);
marca de fabrica trademark;
(de) marca (superior) (of a superior) brand;
(vino) de marca quality or choice (wine);
(persona) de marca (person) of mark
Hence: marcar-marcator, marcate, demarcar &, dismarcar, remarcar &; contramarca-contramarcar

marca² n marchland, march
Hence: marchese &

marcar v to mark (= to indicate, distinguish etc. by a mark or marks)

marcate 1. pp of marcar; 2. adj marked (as in “a marked difference”)

marcator n marker (= one who marks)

marcer v to wither, wilt
Hence: marcide; marcor; marcescer &

marcescente 1. ppr of marcescer; 2. adj [Bot.] marcescent

marcescentia n [Bot.] marcescence

marcescer v to wither, wilt
Hence: marcescente-marcescentia; marcescibile-immarcescibile

marcescibile adj withering, wilting (= liable to wither or wilt)

march- see marca

marcha (-sh-) n march (as in “military, processional, funeral, etc., march”);
marcha fortiate forced march;
marcha funebre funeral march;
poner se in marcha to start, get under way, etc.;
ordine de marcha order of march, marching order

marchar (-sh-) v to march
Hence: marcha-contramarcha-contramarchar

marchesa n marchioness, marquise

marchesato n marquisate

marchese n 1. marquess, marquis; 2. marchioness, marquise
Hence: marchesato; marchesa

marcide adj withered, wilted; also: languid, weak

marco¹ n mark (1. [Hist.] unit of weight for gold and silver; 2. [Fin.] monetary unit)

Marco² npr Mark

marcor n withering, wilting; decaying, decay; also: languishing

marea (-éa) n tide;
marea alte high water, high tide;
marea basse low water, low tide

marechal [F] n marshal, field marshal
Hence: marechalato; marechala

marechala (-sh-) n field marshal’s wife

marechalato (-sh-) n marshalship

maremma n fen, salt marsh, etc.; also: maremma

margar- n [occurring in derivatives]
Hence: margarina &; margarita; margaric

margaric adj [Chem.] margaric

margarina n margarine
Hence: oleomargarina etc.

margarita n 1. pearl; 2. daisy, marguerite;
jectar margaritas ante porcos to cast pearls before swine;
Margarita Margaret

marginal adj marginal;
nota marginal marginal note

marginar v 1. to leave a margin on; 2. to make marginal notes on

marginate 1. pp of marginar; 2. adj bordered, marginate

margine n margin (1. border, edge; 2. “margin of a printed or written page”)
Hence: marginal; marginose; marginar-marginate; emarginar &

marginose adj with a wide margin

Maria (-ía) npr Mary, Marie
Hence: marista; Marion; marian-marianismo; Marianna etc.

marian adj Marian

marianismo n Mariolatry (= excessive veneration of the Virgin Mary)

Marianna nprf Marian, Marianne;
Mariannas [Geog.] Marianas

marin adj marine (= of the sea);
millia marin nautical mile;
(planta) marin sea (plant)
Hence: marinar &; submarin &; ultramarin; aquamarin etc.; rosmarino etc.; marino; marina-marinero

marina n marine (1. as in “merchant marine”; 2. [Paint.]);
marina de guerra navy;
officiero de marina naval officer;
ministerio del marina admiralty;
infanteria de marina marines;
marina mercante merchant or mercantile marine

marinada n marinade

marinar v to marinade, marinate
Hence: marinada

marinero n sailor, seaman, mariner

marino n seaman

Mario nprm Marius

Marion npr Marion

marionette [F] n marionette, puppet;
theatro de marionettes puppet show
Hence: marionettista

marionettista n puppeteer

marisco n marsh, bog

marista n [R.C.Ch.] Marist

maritabile adj marriageable

maritage (-aje) n marriage

marital adj marital

maritar v to marry (= to unite in wedlock);
maritar se to marry (= to get married)

maritime (-rí-) adj maritime;
commercio maritime seaborne trade;
citate maritime seaside town;
assecurantia maritime marine insurance;
derecto maritime maritime law

marito n husband
Hence: marital; maritar-maritage, maritabile, remaritar; ex-marito

marmelada n jam, preserves;
marmelada (de oranges) (orange) marmelade

marmita n [Cookery] pot

marmorar v to marble, marbleize

marmorari adj marble

marmorator n marbler, marbleizer

marmore n marble (1. as in “Carrara marble”; 2. as in “to play marbles”)
Hence: marmorero; marmoreria; marmoriera; marmorari; marmorar-marmorator; marmorisar

marmoreria (-ía) n 1. marble cutting; 2. marble works

marmorero n 1. marble cutter, marble carver; 2. marble polisher

marmoriera n marble quarry

marmorisar v 1. to marmorize; 2. to marbleize, marble

marocch- see Marocco

marocchin¹ adj 1. Moroccan; 2. morocco

marocchin² n morocco (leather), maroquin
Hence: marocchinero; marocchineria; marocchinar

marocchinar v to dress (skin) like morocco

marocchineria (-ería) n 1. (action or process of) dressing morocco; 2. trade in morocco (leather)

marocchinero n 1. morocco dresser; 2. morocco dealer

marocchino n Moroccan

Marocco npr Morocco
Hence: marocchin¹-marocchino, marocchin² &

Marquesas [H] npr Marquesas (Islands)

marquis [F] n marquis

marquise [F] n 1. marquise, marchioness; 2. marquee

marron n chestnut (= edible nut of the sweet chestnut tree)
Hence: marroniero

marroniero n (sweet) chestnut tree

Marte npr Mars (1. [Rom. Relig.]; 2. [Astron.])
Hence: martial; martedi etc.

martedi (-dí) n Tuesday

martellar v to hammer

martellator n hammerer; hammer operator

martello n 1. hammer; 2. hammerhead (shark)
Hence: martellar-martellator

martial adj martial (1. pertaining to war; 2. warlike, eager to fight; 3. [Old Chem.] containing iron);
lege martial martial law;
corte martial court-martial

Martin nprm Martin;
martin piscator kingfisher

Martino nprm Martin

martio n March

martyre n martyr
Hence: martyrio; martyrisar; martyrologio etc.; protomartyre etc.

martyrio n martyrdom

martyrisar v to martyr, martyrize

martyrologio n martyrology (= register of martyrs; also: histories of martyrs collectively)

Marx, Karl npr [1818-1883; German socialist]
Hence: marxismo; marxista

marxismo n Marxism

marxista n/adj Marxist, Marxian

Maryland [A] npr Maryland

marzapane [I] n marzipan, marchpane

masca n mask (1. cover for the face, used for disguise; 2. person wearing a mask, masker; 3. as in “death mask”)
Hence: mascar-dismascar

mascar v to mask;
mascar se to put on, assume, etc., a mask

mascara (más-) n mask (1. cover for the face, used for disguise; 2. person wearing a mask, masker; 3. as in “death mask”)
Hence: mascarar-mascarada

mascarada n masquerade

mascarar v to mask

mascotte [F] n mascot

mascule adj male
Hence: masculin-masculinitate, masculinisar; emascular &; masculo

masculin adj masculine (1. male, manly; 2. [Gram.])

masculinisar v 1. to make manly; 2. [Gram.] to make masculine

masculinitate n masculinity

masculo (más-) n male

mason n 1. mason; 2. Mason, Freemason
Hence: masoneria; francmason etc.

masoneria (-ía) n masonry (1. work of a mason; 2. Freemasonry)

massa¹ n I. mace (1. herald’s staff; 2. club); II. sledge hammer, mallet, beetle, ram, etc.
Hence: massero; massetta; massar

massa² n mass (= coherent body of matter or of individual objects);
in massa in a body;
le massa (de un patrimonio) the (total) estate;
le massas the masses
Hence: massive; massar; amassar &

massacrar v to massacre

massacrator n massacrer

massacro n massacre
Hence: massacrar-massacrator

massage (-aje) n massage

massar¹ v 1. to beat (with a club), to cudgel, thump; 2. to ram (= to drive with a ram)

massar² v to mass, group together

massar³ v to massage
Hence: massage

massero n mace-bearer

massetta n small mallet

masseur [F] n masseur

masseuse [F] n masseuse

massive adj massive

mast n [Naut.] mast;
a medie mast at half-mast

masticar¹ v to chew, masticate
Hence: mastication; masticator; masticatori; remasticar

masticar² v to cement, putty, etc.

mastication n mastication

masticator¹ n chewer

masticator² adj masticatory

mastico (más-) n mastic (1. resin exuding from the mastic tree; 2. any of various pasty cements; also: putty)
Hence: masticar

masto- n [occurring in compounds] masto-, mast- (= breast)
Hence: mastoide-mastoiditis; mastodonte etc.

mastodonte n mastodon

mastoide adj mastoid

mastoiditis (-ítis) n [Pathol.] mastoiditis

mat adj 1. checkmated; 2. dull, mat;
chaco mat checkmate
Hence: matar

matador [H] n matador

matar v 1. to checkmate, mate; 2. to dull, mat (metals, etc.)

match [A] n [Sports] match

mater- see matre

materia n matter (1. physical substance; 2. material of thought);
materia prime raw material;
tabula del materias table of contents
Hence: material &

material¹ adj material
Hence: materialitate; materialismo; materialista-materialistic; materialisar-materialisation; immaterial-immaterialitate

material² n 1. material; 2. matériel

materialisar v to materialize (= to render material)

materialisation n materialization

materialismo n materialism

materialista n materialist

materialistic adj materialistic

materialitate n materiality

maternal adj maternal (1. pertaining to the mother; 2. characteristic of a mother; motherly)

materne adj maternal (1. pertaining to the mother; 2. characteristic of a mother, motherly)
Hence: maternitate; maternal

maternitate n 1. motherhood, maternity; 2. maternity hospital

mathematic adj mathematical
Hence: mathematico; mathematica

mathematica n mathematics

mathematico n mathematician

Mathusala (-tú-) npr Methuselah

matinal adj 1. morning; 2. rising early

matinas npl [Eccl.] matins

matinata n morning (= morning’s duration)

matinee [F] n 1. woman’s negligee; 2. [Theat.] matinee

matinero n early riser

matino n morning
Hence: matinata; matinero; matinal; matinas

matras (-ás) n mattress
Hence: matrassero

matrass- see matras

matrassero n mattress maker

matrastra n stepmother

matre n mother;
lingua matre parent language;
matre vite [Mech.] nut;
matre affin mother-in-law
Hence: matrastra; matrice &; matrina; matrimonio &; matrona &; materne &; commatre &; granmatre &; matriarcha etc.; matreperla etc.; matricida etc.; matricidio etc.

matreperla n mother-of-pearl

matriarcha n matriarch
Hence: matriarchato; matriarchal

matriarchal adj matriarchal

matriarchato n matriarchate

matrice n matrix (1. [Anat.]; 2. [Technol.])
Hence: matricula &

matricida n matricide (= one who kills his mother)

matricidio n matricide (= act of killing one’s mother)

matricula n roll, register, list (of members), etc.
Hence: matricular¹; matricular²-matriculation

matricular¹ adj pertaining to registration or enrollment

matricular² v to register, enroll (someone); also: to matriculate (a student);
matricular se to matriculate (as a student)

matriculation n matriculation

matrimonial adj matrimonial

matrimonio n matrimony
Hence: matrimonial

matrina n godmother

matrona n matron (= elderly wife or widow)
Hence: matronal

matronal adj matronly

matta n 1. mat (as in “door mat”); 2. [Foundry] matte
Hence: mattar

mattar v to lay with a mat

Mattheo (-éo) nprm Matthew

matthiol- see Mattioli, P. A.

matthiola n gillyflower, stock

Mattioli, P. A. npr [1500-1577; Italian physician]
Hence: matthiola

matur adj ripe; mature
Hence: maturitate; maturar-maturation, maturative; immatur-immaturitate; prematur-prematuritate

maturar v 1. to ripen; to mature; 2. [Med.] to ripen (1. to bring to a head; 2. to maturate)

maturation n maturation

maturative adj maturative

maturitate n ripeness, maturity

matutin adj morning
Hence: matutino-matutinal; matutinas

matutinal adj 1. matutinal; 2. rising early

matutinas (-tí-) npl [Eccl.] matins

matutino n morning

maure adj Moorish
Hence: mauro-mauresc-hispanomauresc etc., mauresca, Mauritania

mauresc adj Moresque, Moorish

mauresca n morris (dance)

Mauritania npr 1. [Hist.] Mauritania, Mauretania (= ancient district of North Africa); 2. Mauritania (= French colony of Mauritania)

Mauritio npr 1. Maurice, Mauritius; 2. [Geog.] Mauritius

mauro n Moor

mauser [G] n Mauser (rifle)

mausoleo (-éo) n mausoleum

Mausolo npr [Anc. Hist.] Mausolus
Hence: mausoleo

mauve [F] adj/n mauve

maxilla n jawbone, jaw
Hence: maxillar-intermaxillar, submaxillar; maxilliforme etc.

maxillar adj maxillary;
osso maxillar maxillary bone

maxilliforme adj maxilliform

maxim [A] n maxim (gun), machine gun

maxima (máx-) n maxim

maximal adj maximal

maxime¹ (máx-) adj greatest, highest, maximal;
precio maxime maximum price, ceiling price
Hence: maximo-maximal; maxima

[maxime]² (máx-) adv 1. most; 2. especially, principally; 3. exceedingly, very; 4. certainly

maximo (máx-) n maximum

mayonnaise [F] n mayonnaise

mazurka [Polish] n [Dancing] mazurka

me pron 1. pers me; 2. refl myself (as in “I hurt myself”, “I said to myself”)

mear v to go, pass
Hence: meato; commear &; permear &

meato n [Anat.] meatus

mechan- n [occurring in derivatives and compounds]
Hence: mechanic; mechanico; mechanica-telemechanica etc.; mechanismo; mechanisar-mechanisation; mechanotherapia etc.

mechanic adj mechanical;
ingeniero mechanic mechanical engineer

mechanica n mechanics

mechanico n mechanic

mechanisar v to mechanize

mechanisation n mechanization

mechanismo n mechanism

mechanotherapia (-ía) n [Med.] mechanotherapy

medalia n medal
Hence: medaliario; medalista; medalion

medaliario n 1. collection of medals; 2. medal cabinet

medalion n I. medallion (1. large medal; 2. round, flat ornament or portrait); II. locket

medalista n medalist (1. maker of medals; 2. one skilled in medals)

mede adj Median

media¹ n average, mean;
media arithmetic arthimetical mean;
media geometric geometrical mean

Media² npr Media

medial adj [Philol.] medial

median adj median, medium;
de etate median middle-aged;
nervo median median nerve

mediana n [Geom.] median

mediante n [Mus.] mediant

mediar v to mediate (1. to form a connecting link between; 2. to act as an intermediary)

mediastino n [Anat.] mediastinum

mediate 1. pp of mediar; 2. adj mediate (as in “a mediate cause”)

mediation n mediation

mediator n mediator

medic (mé-) adj medical
Hence: medicina &; medicar-medicamento-medicamentose, medicamentar, medicabile-immedicabile, medication; medico-medicastro, medical

medicabile adj medicable

medical adj medical

medicamentar v to treat with medicaments

medicamento n medicament, medication, medicine

medicamentose adj medicinal

medicar v to medicate; to treat (medically)

medicastro n medicaster, quack

medication n medication (= act or process of medicating)

medicina n medicine (1. medical science or art; 2. substance or compound taken internally to cure disease);
doctor in medicina doctor of medicine;
medicina legal forensic medicine
Hence: medicinal, medicinar

medicinal adj medicinal

medicinar v to give or administer medicine to

medico (mé-) n physician, doctor

medie adj 1. half; 2. middle; 3. average, mean;
termino medie [Philos.] middle term;
medie hora half an hour;
medie fratre half-brother;
medie etate Middle Ages
Hence: medietate; mediar-mediante, mediation, mediator, mediate-immediate; mediastino; intermedie &; mediterranee etc.; mediedie etc.; medievo etc.; medio¹ &; medio²

mediedie (-díe) n 1. noon; 2. south

medienocte n midnight

medietate n half;
le medietate del (mundo) half the (world);
a medietate half (= to half the full amount or degree);
a medietate del cammino halfway;
(mi) car medietate (my) better half, wife

medieval adj medieval

medievo n Middle Ages
Hence: medieval

medio¹ adv half

medio² n 1. middle, also: midst; 2. mean, medium; 3. means (= agent or instrument by which an end is attained);
per medio de by means of;
medios means (= pecuniary resources)
Hence: medial; median-mediana; media

mediocre adj mediocre
Hence: mediocritate

mediocritate n mediocrity (1. quality or state of being mediocre; 2. mediocre person)

meditar v I. to meditate (1. to be engaged in meditation; 2. to plan, contemplate); II. to think of, ponder;
meditar super to meditate upon
Hence: meditation; meditative; meditator; premeditar-premeditation, premeditate-impremeditate

meditation n meditation

meditative adj meditative

meditator n meditator

mediterranee adj 1. inland; 2. Mediterranean
Hence: mediterraneo

mediterraneo n inland sea;
Mediterraneo Mediterranean

medium [L] n medium (as in “a spiritualistic medium”)
Hence: mediumnic

mediumnic (-úm-) adj [Spiritualism] mediumistic

medo n 1. Mede, Median; 2. Median (language), Medic
Hence: Media; mede

medulla n 1. marrow; 2. pith;
medulla spinal spinal cord
Hence: medullar; medullose

medullar adj medullary (= containing, consisting of, or resembling, marrow)

medullose adj 1. marrowy; 2. pithy

Medusa npr [Gr. Mythol.] Medusa;
medusa [Zool.] medusa

meeting [A] n (political) meeting

mega- [occurring in compounds] mega- (= great, extended; a million times)
Hence: megametro etc.; megaphono etc.; megalopole etc.; megalosauro etc.; megalomania etc.; megalocephale etc.; megalomane etc.

megal- see mega-

megalocephale adj megalocephalic

megalomane adj megalomanical
Hence: megalomano

megalomania (-ía) n megalomania

megalomano (-ó-) n megalomaniac

megalopole n megalopolis

megalosauro n [Paleontol.] megalosaurus, megalosaur

megametro (-gá-) n megameter

megaphono (-gá-) n megaphone

melancholia (-ía) n melancholy; also: [Pathol.] melancholia
Hence: melancholic

melancholic adj melancholy

melassa n molasses

melic adj melic (= of song; meant to be sung)

melio adv better;
tanto melio so much the better

melior adj better;
(le) melior (the) best
Hence: meliorismo; meliorar-melioration, meliorator

meliorar v to improve, ameliorate

melioration n improvement, amelioration

meliorator n improver, ameliorator

meliorismo n meliorism

mellar v to make honey, to honey

mellate adj 1. honey, honeyed; 2. honeycolored

melle n honey;
luna de melle honeymoon
Hence: mellero; mellate; mellifere; mellose; mellar; mellificar-mellification; melliflue etc.

mellero n honey dealer

mellifere adj melliferous

mellificar v to make honey (as in “bees making honey”)

mellification n honey making

melliflue adj mellifluous
Hence: mellifluitate

mellifluitate n mellifluence, mellifluousness

mellose adj honeyed, honeylike

melo- n [occurring in compounds] melo-, mel- (= song)
Hence: melic; melodrama etc.; melomania etc.; melodia etc.; melomane etc.; melopeia etc.

melodia (-ía) n melody
Hence: melodista; melodic; melodiose

melodic adj melodic

melodiose adj melodious

melodista n melodist (= composer of melodies)

melodrama [-ma-/-mat-] n melodrama
Hence: melodramatic

melodramat- see melodrama

melodramatic adj melodramatic

melomane (-ó-) n melomaniac

melomania (-ía) n melomania

melon n melon;
melon de aqua watermelon
Hence: meloniera

meloniera n melon bed

melopeia (-péya) n [Antiq.] melopoeia (1. composition of melodies; 2. chanting of verses)

membrana n membrane;
membrana mucose mucous membrane;
membrana false [Pathol.] false membrane
Hence: membranacee; membranose

membranacee adj membranous, membranaceous

membranose adj membranous (= consisting of membranes)

membratura n (human) frame

membro n I. member (1. constituent part of a whole; 2. “member of a social group, organization, etc.”); II. limb (of animal or human body);
membro del parlamento member of Parliament
Hence: membrana &; membratura; membrute; dismembrar &

membrute adj stout-limbed

memorabile adj memorable

memorandum (-án-) n I. memorandum (1. note, record of events, etc.; 2. informal communication or report); II. memorandum book

memorar v to remember (= to recollect, recall; bear in mind)
Hence: memorabile-immemorabile; memorative; commemorar &; rememorar

memorative adj commemorative

memore adj mindful (of a person or a thing)
Hence: memoria &; memorar &

memoria n I. memory (1. faculty of remembering; 2. remembrance, recollection); II. memoir (memorandum, record, etc.); III. [Law] factum (= memorial);
memorias memoirs (1. autobiographical record; 2. transactions of a learned society);
de memoria from memory, by heart;
in memoria de in memory of;
facer memoria de to commemorate;
de memoria de homine within living memory
Hence: memorial-memorialista; immemorial

memorial n I. memorials; II. memorial (= statement of facts in form of a petition)

memorialista n memorialist (= a writer of memoirs)

menacia n menace, threat
Hence: menaciar

menaciar v to menace, threaten

menage [F] n household, ménage

menagerie [F] n menagerie

menar v to lead, guide, conduct
Hence: promenar &

menchev- see menchevico

menchevico (menshevíco) n menshevik, menshevist
Hence: menchevismo; menchevista

menchevismo (-sh-) n menshevism

menchevista (-sh-) n menshevist, menshevik; attrib. menshevist, menshevistic

menda n 1. defect, blemish; 2. fault, error
Hence: mendose; emendar &

mendace adj mendacious (1. lying, untruthful; 2. false, untrue)

mendacio n lie (= falsehood);
mendacio officiose white lie

mendic (-díc) adj beggarly
Hence: mendicitate; mendicar-mendicante, mendication; mendico

mendicante n beggar, mendicant; specif: [Eccl.] mendicant friar

mendicar v to beg; to go begging

mendication n (action of) begging

mendicitate n mendicity

mendico (-íco) n beggar

mendose adj 1. defective, faulty; 2. erroneous

menestrel n minstrel

meninge n [Anat.] meninx;
meninges meninges
Hence: meningitis

meningitis (-ítis) n [Pathol.] meningitis;
meningitis cerebro-spinal cerebrospinal meningitis

[meno] adv (= minus)

mens- see metir

mense n 1. month; 2. monthly salary
Hence: mensual-mensualitate; menstruo &; bimestre etc.; semestre etc.

mensor n measurer; also: gauge

menstrual adj menstrual (= pertaining to the menses)

menstruar v to menstruate

menstruation n menstruation

menstruo n menstruation
Hence: menstrual; menstruar-menstruation

mensual adj monthly

mensualitate n monthly payment

mensura n measure
Hence: mensurar-mensurabile-mensurabilitate, immensurabile-immensurabilitate, mensuration, mensurator, mensurate-dismensurate, commensurar &; agrimensura etc.

mensurabile adj measurable, mensurable

mensurabilitate n measurability, mensurability

mensurar v to measure

mensurate 1. pp of mensurar; 2. adj moderate, temperate

mensuration n measuring, measurement, mensuration

mensurator n measurer

mental adj mental;
restriction mental mental reservation

mentalitate n mentality

mente n mind (= intellectual powers, mental force)
Hence: mental-mentalitate; demente &; mentecapte etc.

mentecapte adj feeble-minded

mentha n [Bot.] mint;
mentha piperate peppermint
Hence: menthol &

menthol n menthol
Hence: mentholate

mentholate adj mentholated

mention n mention;
facer mention de to make mention of, to mention;
mention honorabile honorable mention
Hence: mentionar-mentionabile-immentionabile

mentionabile adj mentionable

mentionar v to mention

mentir v to lie, tell lies
Hence: mentitor; mentita; dismentir

mentita n lie, falsehood

mentitor n liar

mento n chin

menu [F] n menu, bill of fare

menuet n minuet

meravilia n marvel (= that which excites wonder)
Hence: meraviliose; meraviliar

meraviliar v to marvel

meraviliose adj marvelous

mercabile adj merchantable

mercante n merchant, dealer

mercantia n 1. trade, traffic; 2. merchandise, ware

mercantil adj 1. mercantile; 2. mercenary, grasping

mercantilismo n mercantilism (1. commercialism, mercenary spirit; 2. theory and practice of the mercantile system)

mercar v to trade, deal (= to do business)

mercato n market (1. market place; 2. as in “cattle market”; 3. [Econ., Com.]);
a bon mercato at a low rate, cheap(ly);
mercato nigre black market

mercator n merchant, dealer, marketer

merce n merchandise;
traino de merces freight train
Hence: mercero; merceria; mercar-mercante, mercantia, mercantil-mercantilismo; mercabile, mercator, mercato; commercio &

mercede n grace, mercy, clemency, etc.;
esser al mercede de to be at the mercy of

mercenari adj mercenary
Hence: mercenario

mercenario n 1. hired worker; 2. mercenary

Mercer, John npr [1791-1866; inventor of mercerizing process]
Hence: mercerisar-mercerisage, mercerisation, mercerisate

merceria (-ía) n 1. notions, small ware; notion or small-ware trade or store

mercerisage (-aje) n mercerizing, mercerization

mercerisar v to mercerize

mercerisate 1. pp of mercerisar; 2. adj mercerized

mercerisation n mercerizing, mercerization

mercero n dealer in notions, small-ware dealer

mercurial adj I. mercurial (1. as in “mercurial temperament”; 2. as in “mercurial barometer”); II. Mercurial

mercuric adj [Chem.] mercuric

mercuridi (-dí) n Wednesday;
mercuridi del cineres Ash Wednesday

Mercurio¹ npr Mercury (1. [Mythol.]; 2. [Astron.])
Hence: mercurial; mercuridi etc.; mercurio &

mercurio² n mercury, quicksilver
Hence: mercurial; mercuric; mercuriose

mercuriose adj [Chem.] mercurous

merer v to merit, deserve
Hence: meretrice &; meritori; merito-meritar; demer- &; emer- &

meretrice n prostitute
Hence: meretricie

meretricie adj meretricious (= of a prostitute)

merger [merg-/mers-] v to plunge (into), sink (in)
Hence: emerger &; immerger &; submerger &

meridian adj meridian

meridiano n meridian;
meridiano magnetic magnetic meridian

meridie (-rí-) n 1. noon; 2. south;
a meridie at noon;
ante meridie in the forenoon
Hence: meridian-meridiano; meridional; antemeridian; postmeridie-postmeridian

meridional¹ adj southern, meridional

meridional² n southerner, meridional

meringue [F] n meringue (1. mixture of beaten egg whites and sugar; 2. thin case of meringue filled with whipped cream)

merino n merino

meritar v to merit, deserve

merito (mé-) n merit

meritori adj meritorious

merla n blackbird, merl

mero- n [occurring in compounds] mero-, mer- (= part)
Hence: metamere-metameria, metamero; meropia etc.; isomere etc.; polymere etc.; pentamere etc.

meropia (-ía) n [Med.] meropia, partial blindness

-mes- see mense

mes- adj [occurring in compounds] mes-, meso- (= middle)
Hence: mesenterio etc.; Mesopotamia etc.; mesocarpio etc.; mesozoic etc.; mesocephale etc.; mesolabio etc.

mésalliance [F] n misalliance, mésalliance

meschin adj mean, paltry, shabby
Hence: meschineria

meschineria (-ía) n meanness, shabbiness

mesenteric adj mesenteric

mesenterio n [Anat.] mesentery
Hence: mesenteritis; mesenteric

mesenteritis (-ítis) n [Pathol.] mesenteritis

mesme 1. same; 2. myself, yourself, himself, etc. (as in “the king himself”)
Hence: mesmo

Mesmer, Friedrich Anton npr [1734-1815; Austrian doctor]
Hence: mesmerismo; mesmerista; mesmerian; mesmerisar

mesmerian adj mesmeric, mesmerian

mesmerisar v to mesmerize; also: to magnetize

mesmerismo n mesmerism; also: animal magnetism

mesmerista n mesmerist; also: animal magnetist

mesmo adv 1. likewise; 2. even;
hodie mesmo this very day;
ora mesmo right now

mesocarpio n [Bot.] mesocarp

mesocephale adj mesocephalic
Hence: mesocephalo

mesocephalo n mesocephal

mesolabio n mesolabe

Mesopotamia npr Mesopotamia
Hence: mesopotamian

mesopotamian adj Mesopotamian

mesozoic adj [Geol.] Mesozoic

message (-aje) n message
Hence: messagero; messageria

messageria (-ajería) n shipping office, shipping service

messagero (-ajéro) n messenger

messe n harvest, crop(s)
Hence: messidor etc.

Messia (-ía) n Messiah
Hence: messianismo; messianic

messianic adj Messianic

messianismo n Messianism

messidor n [French Revolutionary Calendar] Messidor

mesticiage (aje) n (action or process of) cross breeding

mesticiar v to cross (= to cause to interbreed)

mesticio n half-breed, mestizo
Hence: mesticiar-mesticiage

mestiero n craft, trade

mesura n measure (1. size, extent, dimension, etc.; also: measurement; 2. standard of measure; also: system of measure units, measurement; 3. [Mus.; Pros.]; 4 degree, proportion; 5 as in “drastic measure(s)”);
bon mesura good or ample measure;
medie mesura half measure;
a mesura que (in proportion) as;
prender le mesuras de to take measurements of;
prender su mesuras to take steps or measures
Hence: mesurar-mesurabile-mesurabilitate, immesurabile-immesurabilitate, mesuration, mesurator, mesurate-dismesurate

mesurabile adj measurable, mensurable

mesurabilitate n measurability, mensurability

mesurar v to measure (1. to ascertain the size, capacity, extent, measurements, etc., of; 2. to be of a certain measurement);
mesurar su parolas to weigh one’s words;
mesurar se con (un persona) to measure one’s strength against (someone);
passo mesurate measured tread

mesurate 1. pp of mesurar; 2. adj moderate, temperate

mesuration n measuring, measurement, mensuration

mesurator n measurer

met- see meta-

meta- prefixo [met- before vowels and -h-; used chiefly to form technical terms] meta-, met- (1. behind; 2. beyond, transcending, higher; 3. changed, transferred, transformed)
Hence: metastase etc.; metempsychose etc.; metaphysic etc.; metamorphe etc.; methodo etc.

metabole n [Rhet.] antimetabole
Hence: metabolismo

metabolismo n [Biol.] metabolism

metacarpal adj [Anat.] metacarpal

metacarpo n [Anat.] metacarpus

metallic adj metallic;
reserva metallic [Fin.] bullion reserve

metallifere adj metalliferous

metallin adj metalline

metallisar v to metallize

metallisation n metallization

metallo n metal (as in “gold is a metal”);
metallo blanc white metal, babbitt
Hence: metallic; metallifere; metallin; metalloide-metalloidic; metallisar-metallisation; metallographia etc.; metallurgo etc.; bimetallismo etc.; monometallista etc.

metallographia (-ía) n metallography (1. study of metals; 2. [Print.])
Hence: metallographic

metallographic adj metallographic

metalloide n metalloid

metalloidic adj metalloidal

metallotherapia (-ía) n metallotherapy

metallurgia (-ía) n metallurgy

metallurgic adj metallurgical, metallurgic

metallurgista n metallurgist

metallurgo n metallurgist
Hence: metallurgia-metallurgista; metallurgic

metamere adj metamerous, metameric (1. [Zool.]; 2. [Chem.])

metameria (-ía) n metamerism, metamery (1. [Zool.]; 2. [Chem.])

metamero (-tá-) n [Zool.] metamere

metamorphe adj metamorphic, metamorphous

metamorphic adj metamorphic; also: [Geol.]

metamorphismo n metamorphism (1. metamorphosis; 2. [Geol.])

metamorphosar v to metamorphose, transform (= to cause to change form)

metamorphose n metamorphosis
Hence: metamorphosar

metaphora (-tá-) n metaphor
Hence: metaphoric; metaphorisar

metaphoric adj metaphorical, metaphoric

metaphorisar v to metaphorize

metaphras- v [occurring in derivatives]
Hence: metaphrase-metaphrasar; metaphraste; metaphrastic

metaphrasar v to metaphrase

metaphrase (-tá-) n metaphrase

metaphraste n metaphrast

metaphrastic adj metaphrastic

metaphysic adj metaphysical

metaphysica n metaphysics

metaphysico n metaphysician

metastase (-tástase) n [Pathol.] metastasis

metathese (-átese) n [Gram.] metathesis

metempsychose n metempsychosis

meteoric adj meteoric

meteorite n meteorite

meteoro n meteor (1. atmospheric phenomenon; 2. shooting star)
Hence: meteorite; meteoric; meteorologo etc.

meteorologia (-ía) n meteorology

meteorologic adj meteorologic, meteorological

meteorologista n meteorologist

meteorologo (-ró-) n meterorologist
Hence: meteorologia-meteorologista; meteorologic

meth- see methy-; methyleno

methano n [Chem.] methane, swamp gas

methodic adj methodical

methodisar v to methodize

methodismo n Methodism

methodista n Methodist

methodo (mé-) n method
Hence: methodismo; methodista; methodic; methodisar; methodologia etc.

methodologia (-ía) n methodology

methy- n [occurring in derivatives and compounds] methy- (= wine)
Hence: methyleno &; amethysto

methyl- see methyleno

methylamino n [Chem.] methylamine

methyleno n methylene (1. wood alcohol, methyl alcohol; 2. [Chem.] methyl)
Hence: methylo-methylic, methano, methylamino etc.

methylic adj [Chem.] methylic;
alcohol methylic methyl alcohol, methylic alcohol, wood alcohol

methylo n [Chem.] methyl, methylene

meticulose adj meticulous
Hence: meticulositate

meticulositate n meticulosity, meticulousness

metir [met-/mens-] v to measure; also: to scan (verses); to survey (lands);
metir se to be moderate, practice moderation
Hence: mensor-agrimensor etc.; mensura &; immense &; dimetir &

metonymia (-ía) n [Rhet.] metonymy
Hence: metonymic

metonymic adj metonymical

metr- n [occurring in compounds] metro- (= mother)
Hence: metropole etc.

-metra n [occurring in compounds] -meter (= one occupied in -metry)
Hence: -metria &; geometra etc.

metrage (-aje) n measurement (in meters), metrage

metrar v to meter (= to measure by the meter)

-metria (-ía) [occurring in compounds] -metry
Hence: stereometria etc.

metric adj 1. metric (= pertaining to that system of measures of which the meter is the unit); 2. metrical (= relating to measurement); 3. [Poet.] metric, metrical

metrica n metrics

metro n I. meter (1. one forty millionth part of the terrestrial meridian; 2. [Poet.]); II. tape measure, tapeline
Hence: metric-metrica, isometric etc.; metrar-metrage; diametro etc.; perimetro; symmetr- &; metronomo etc.; metrologia etc.; alcalimetro etc.; thermometro etc.; centimetro etc.; kilometro etc.; hexametre etc.; -metra &

metrologia (-ía) n metrology

metronomo (-tró-) n metronome

metropole n metropolis (1. parent state of a colony; 2. [Eccl.]; 3. chief town or city of a country or state)
Hence: metropolita-metropolitan-metropolitano

metropolita n [Gr. Church] metropolite

metropolitan adj metropolitan (1. belonging to the parent state of a colony; 2. [Eccl.]; 3. belonging to the chief town or city of a country or state);
ecclesia metropolitan metropolitan church

metropolitano n 1. [Eccl.] metropolitan; 2. urban railway; also: subway, underground (railway)

mexican adj Mexican

mexicano n Mexican (= native of Mexico)

Mexico (méx-) n Mexico
Hence: mexican-mexicano

mezzanin n 1. mezzanine (floor or story); 2. mezzanine window

mezzosoprano [I] n [Mus.] mezzo-soprano

mi¹ n 1. [Mus.] mi; 2. [Mus.] (the note) E
Hence: solmisar etc.

mi² adj poss my
Hence: mie

[mi] pron me
(= me)

mi- adj [occurring in compounds] mi-, mio- (= less)
Hence: miocen etc.

miasma [-ma/-mat-] n miasma
Hence: miasmatic

miasmat- see miasma

miasmatic adj miasmatic

miau (-áu) interj/n miaow, meow
Hence: miaular

miaular v to miaow, meow, mew

mica n 1. crumb (= small piece of bread, cake, etc., rubbed or broken off); 2. [Mineral.] mica
Hence: micacee; micar; micaschisto etc.

micacee adj [Mineral.] micaceous

micar v to crumble (= to cause to crumble)

micaschisto n [Mineral.] mica schist

micca n 1. wick; 2. [Artil.; Min.; etc.] fuse, match

Michael nprm Michael

micr- adj [occurring in compounds] micro-, micr- (1. small; 2. [Metric System, etc.] millionth part)
Hence: microbio etc.; microcosmo etc.; microfarad etc.; microfilm etc.; Micronesia etc.; microphotographia etc.; microscopio etc.; microtomo etc.; microcephale etc.

microbicida n microbicide

microbio n microbe
Hence: microbiologo etc.; microbicida etc.

microbiologia (-ía) n microbiology

microbiologo (-ólogo) n microbiologist
Hence: microbiologia

microcephale adj microcephalic
Hence: microcephalia

microcephalia (-ía) n microcephaly

microcosmic adj microcosmic

microcosmo n microcosm
Hence: microcosmic

microcyste n [Bot.] microcyst

microfarad n [Elec.] microfarad

microfilm n microfilm

micrometro (-cró-) n micrometer

micron (míc-) n micron (= one thousandth millimeter)

Micronesia npr Micronesia
Hence: micronesian-micronesiano

micronesian adj Micronesian

micronesiano n Micronesian

microphono (-ró-) n microphone

microphotographia (-ía) n 1. microphotography; 2. microphotograph

microscopia (-ía) n microscopy

microscopic adj microscopic

microscopio n microscope
Hence: microscopia; microscopista; microscopic

microscopista n microscopist

microseismo (-séi-) n microseism (= feeble earth tremor)
Hence: microseismographo

microseismographo (-mó-) n microseismograph

microtomo (-ró-) n microtome

mie pron poss mine;
le mie e le tue mine and thine;
le mios my people or family

migraine [F] n migraine (= headache)
Hence: migrainose

migrainose (-grenóse) adj migrainous

migrante adj migratory, migrant

migrar v to migrate
Hence: migrante; migration; migrator; migratori; emigrar &; immigrar &

migration n migration

migrator n migrant; attrib. migratory;
aves migratores migratory birds

migratori adj migratory (= pertaining to migrations)

mikado [J] n mikado

mildew [A] n (vine) mildew, (grape) mildew

milieu [F] n milieu, environment

militante adj militant;
Ecclesia militante Church militant

militantia n militancy

militar¹ adj military

militar² n military man, soldier;
militares military

militar³ v to fight (= to take part in a fight);
militar in favor de to tell in favor of;
militar contra to tell or militate against

militarisar v to militarize

militarisation n militarization

militarismo n militarism

militarista n militarist (= supporter of militarism)

milite (mí-) n soldier, warrior
Hence: militia &; militar¹-militarismo, militarista, militarisar-militarisation, dismilitarisar-dismilitarisation; militar³-militante-militantia

militia n militia
Hence: militiano

militiano n militiaman

mille n/adj (a, one) thousand
Hence: milliardo &; millia-milliari; million &; millesime; millennio etc.; millimetro etc.; millepedes etc.

milleflores n mille-fleurs (perfume)

millennio n millennium

mille-pedes (-pé-) n centipede, millepede

millesime (-ésime) adj thousandth;
le millesime parte, le millesimo the thousandth part, the thousandth

milli- see mille

millia n mile;
millia marin nautical or sea mile

milliardario n billionaire, milliardaire

milliardesime (-ésime) adj billionth (= thousand millionth)

milliardo n billion, milliard
Hence: milliardario; milliardesime

milliari adj mile, milliary;
petra milliari, columna milliari milestone

milligramma n milligram

millilitro (-ílitro) n milliliter

millimetro (-ímetro) n millimeter

million n million;
(duo) milliones de (homines) (two) million (men)
Hence: millionari; millionario-multimillionario etc.; millionesime

millionari adj millionaire

millionario n millionaire

millionesime (-ésime) adj millionth;
le millionesime parte, le millionesimo the millionth part, the millionth

mimar v to mimic

mime- v [occurring in derivatives and compounds] mime (= to imitate)
Hence: mimese etc.; mimetic-mimetismo; mimeographo etc.

mimeographar v to mimeograph

mimeographo (-ógrapho) n mimeograph
Hence: mimeographar

mimese n [Rhet.] mimesis, mimicry

mimet- see mimetic

mimetic adj mimetic, mimic, imitative

mimetismo n [Biol.] mimicry

mimic adj mimic (1. of a mime; 2. imitative)

mimica n gesticulation, use of gestures; also: mimetic expression; specif: facial expression

mimo n mime (1. [Antiq.] farce; 2. actor in a mime; 3. mimic, person skilled in mimicry)
Hence: mimic: mimica; mimose &; mimar; mimologo etc.; pantomime etc.

mimodrama n mimodrama, pantomime

mimographo (-ó-) n mimographer, writer of mimes

mimologia (-ía) n [Rhet.] mimesis, mimicry

mimologo (-mó-) n 1. mimologist (= reciter of mimes); 2. mimic, imitator
Hence: mimologia

mimosa n [Bot.] mimosa, sensitive plant

mimosaceas npl [Bot.] Mimosaceae

mimosacee adj [Bot.] mimosaceous

mimose adj sensitive (as in “sensitive plant”)
Hence: mimosa-mimosacee-mimosaceas

min-¹ [Chinese] n/adj [occurring in compounds] min- (= people; people’s, popular)
Hence: Kuomintang etc.

min-² see also minus

-min- v [occurring in compounds]
Hence: emin- &; immin- &; promin- &

mina n mine (1. as in “coal mine”); 2. [Mil.])
Hence: minar-minator; dragaminas etc.; poneminas etc.

minar v I. to undermine; II. to mine (1. as in “to mine a bridge”; 2. to dig for ore or metal)

minaret n [Arch.] minaret

minator n miner (1. as in “coal miner”; 2. [Mil.])

mineral¹ adj mineral;
regno mineral mineral kingdom;
aqua mineral mineral water;
oleo mineral mineral oil
Hence: mineralisar-mineralisation, mineralisator; vegetomineral etc.; mineral²-mineralogo etc.

mineral² n 1. mineral; 2. ore (as in “iron ore”)

mineralisar v to mineralize (= to transform into a mineral)

mineralisation n mineralization

mineralisator n mineralizer (as in “sulphur is a mineralizer”)

mineralogia (-ía) n mineralogy

mineralogic adj mineralogical

mineralogista n mineralogist

mineralogo (-ólogo) n mineralogist
Hence: mineralogia-mineralogista; mineralogic

Minerva npr [Rom. Relig.] Minerva
Hence: minerval

minerval adj Minervic, Minervan

miniar v I. to miniate (1. to paint with red lead; 2. to illuminate pages, manuscripts, etc.); II. to miniature, paint miniatures

miniatura n miniature (1. an illumination; 2. miniature portrait; 3. miniature representation, model, etc.);
in miniatura in miniature

miniaturar v to miniature; to paint, embellish with, miniatures

miniaturista n miniaturist

minima (mí-) n [Mus.] minim

minime¹ (mí-) adj 1. least, smallest, minimal; 2. very small, tiny;
precio minime minimum price
Hence: minimo; minima

[minime]² (mí-) adv 1. least; 2. very little; 3. by no means, not in the least, no!

minimo (mí-) n minimum;
Minimo [R.C.Ch.] Minim;
reducer al minimo to reduce to a minimum

minio n minium, red lead
Hence: miniar-miniatura-miniaturista, miniaturar

minister- see ministro

ministerial adj [Gov.] ministerial

ministerio n 1. office, function; 2. [Gov.] ministry, department

ministrar v to minister (1. to attend, be in attendance, serve; 2. to perform the function of a minister of the church)

ministro n I. agent, representative; II. minister (1. [Gov.]; 2. [Dipl.]; 3. [Prot. Churches]);
prime ministro Prime Minister;
ministro sin portafolio minister without portfolio
Hence: ministerio-ministerial; ministrar-administrar &, subministrar; ex-ministro

minoan adj Minoan

minoano n Minoan

minor adj minor (1. lesser, smaller; 2. [Law] under age; 3. [Mus.]);
Asia Minor Asia Minor;
le ordines minor [Eccl.] the minor orders
Hence: minoritate; Minorita

Minorita n [R.C.Ch.] Minorite

minoritate n minority (1. smaller number or part; 2. [Law]);
esser in minoritate to be in the minority

Minos (mí-) npr [Mythol.] Minos
Hence: minoan-minoano; minotauro etc.

minotauro n [Mythol.] Minotaur

minuendo n [Arith.] minuend

minuer [minu-/minut-] v to diminish, lessen
Hence: minuendo; minute &; diminuer &

minus (mí-) adv less;
minus belle (que) less beautiful (than);
le minus belle the least beautiful;
plus o minus more or less;
minus de (dece annos) less than (ten years);
a minus que unless;
al minus at least;
(le) minus (the) least (as in “what pleases me (the) least”);
minus (de) (moneta, etc.) less (money, etc.);
(quatro) minus (tres) (four) minus (three);
(totos) minus (ille) (all) except, but (him)
Hence: minuscule &; minime &; minuspreciar etc.

minuscula n 1. small or lower case letter; 2. minuscule

minuscule adj tiny, minute;
littera minuscule small or lower case letter
Hence: minuscula

minuspreciar v to despise
Hence: minusprecio

minusprecio n contempt, scorn

minuta n 1. draft (“the draft of a contract, etc.”); 2. minute (= the sixtieth part of an hour or of a geometric degree)
Hence: minutar

minutar v to draft (= to make a draft of)

minute adj minute (1. diminutive; 2. as in “a minute investigation”)
Hence: minutia-minutiose, minutiar; minuta &

minutia n minutia (= trifling detail);
minutias minutiae

minutiar v to mince (= to cut or chop into small pieces)

minutiose adj 1. meticulous, particular; 2. detailed, thorough

miocen adj [Geol.] Miocene
Hence: mioceno

mioceno n [Geol.] Miocene

mir- adj [occurring in derivatives and compounds]
Hence: mirific; mirar &

mira n 1. aim (as in “take aim,” “good aim,” etc.); 2. sight (= device on a firearm)

mirabile dictu [L] mirabile dictu, wonderful to relate

miraculo n miracle
Hence: miraculose

miraculose adj miraculous

mirage (-aje) n mirage

mirar v 1. to look at (searchingly); 2. to (take) aim at
Hence: mira; miraculo &; mirage; admirar &

mirific adj marvelous

mis- prefixo mis- (1. badly, wrongly; 2. not)
Hence: miscontente etc.; miscredente etc.; misinterpretar etc.; misusar etc.

misanthrope adj misanthropic
Hence: misanthropia; misanthropo-misanthropic

misanthropia (-ía) n misanthropy

misanthropic adj misanthropic

misanthropo n misanthrope, misanthropist

miscellanea n miscellany; also: miscellanies

miscellanee adj miscellaneous
Hence: miscellanea

miscer [misc-/mixt-] v to mix, blend
Hence: miscibile-miscibilitate; mixtion; mixtura; mixte-mixtilinee etc.; admiscer &; commiscer &; immiscer &; promiscue &

miscibile adj miscible, mixable

miscibilitate n miscibility, mixability

miscontente adj discontent

miscredente¹ adj miscreant, unbelieving

miscredente² n miscreant, unbeliever

miscredentia n miscreance

mise en scène [F] n mise en scène, staging; also: stage setting

miserabile adj miserable (1. wretched; 2. vile, base)

miserar v to deplore, bewail;
miserar se to lament, moan

misere adj miserable, wretched
Hence: miseria; miserar-miserabile, commiserar &; misericorde etc.

miserere (-rére) n [Eccl.] Miserere (1. the 50th Psalm in the Vulgate; 2. musical setting of this Psalm)

miseria n 1. misery, wretchedness; 2. need, penury

misericorde adj merciful, compassionate, sympathizing
Hence: misericordia-misericordiose

misericordia n I. mercy, compassion, pity; II. misericord (1. [R.C.Ch.] dispensation from fasting, etc.; 2. [Eccl. Arch.] miserere; 3. dagger for giving the coup de grâce);
misericordia! mercy! gracious! etc.

misericordiose adj merciful, full of pity

misinterpretar v to misinterpret

misinterpretation n misinterpretation

miso- [occurring in compounds] miso-, mis- (= hatred, hating)
Hence: misogame etc.; misanthrope etc.; misoneismo etc.

misogame (-ó-) adj misogamic

misogamia (-ía) n misogamy

misogamo (-ó-) n misogamist

misogyne adj misogynic

misogynia (-ía) n misogyny, misogynism

misogyno (-ó-) n misogynist, misogyne

misoneismo (-ízmo) n misoneism (= hatred of the new)

misoneista (-ísta) n misoneist

misplaciar v to misplace, mislay

miss- see mitter

missa n [R.C.Ch.] Mass;
missa basse Low Mass;
missa solemne Solemn Mass, High Mass
Hence: missal

missal n missal

mission n mission (1. duty on which a person is sent; 2. body of persons sent out)
Hence: missionario

missionario n missionary

Mississippi npr Mississippi (1. Mississippi River; 2. State of Mississippi)

missiva n missive

misusage (-aje) n misusage

misusar v to misuse, also: to abuse

misuso n misuse; also: abuse

mitigar v to mitigate (= to make milder or gentler)
Hence: mitigation

mitigation n mitigation

miton n 1. mitten; 2. mitt

mitra n miter
Hence: mitrar

mitralia n mitraille; also: grape shot; canister shot
Hence: mitraliar-mitraliator, mitraliatrice

mitraliar v 1. to fire at with mitraille; 2. to machine-gun

mitraliator n machine gunner

mitraliatrice n machine gun

mitrar v to miter (= to invest with a miter)

mitter [mitt-/miss-] v -;
mitter in to put or place in or into;
mitter le naso in un cosa to poke one’s nose into something
Hence: mission &; missiva; admitter &; committer &; dimitter &; emitter &; intermitter &; intromitter &; omitter &; permitter &; premitter &; pretermitter &; promitter &; remitter &; submitter &; transmitter &; manumitter etc.

mixt- see miscer

mixte adj mixed;
traino mixte mixed train

mixtilinee adj [Geom.] mixtilineal, mixtilinear

mixtion n mixture (1. act of mixing; 2. something mixed)

mixtura n mixture (= something mixed)

mm abbr = millimetro;
mm² = millimetro quadrate;
mm³ = millimetro cubic

mnemo- n [occurring in compounds] mnemo- (= memory)
Hence: mnemogenese etc.; mnemotechnic etc.

mnemogenese (-gé-) n mnemogenesis

mnemogenesis (-gé-) n mnemogenesis

mnemonic adj mnemonic
Hence: mnemonica

mnemonica n mnemonics, mnemotechny

mnemotechnia (-ía) n mnemotechny, mnemonics

mnemotechnic adj mnemonic
Hence: mnemotechnica

mnemotechnica n mnemotechny, mnemonics

mnes- n [occurring in derivatives and compounds] mnes- (= memory)
Hence: mnesic; amnesia &; cryptomnesia etc.

-mnesia see amnesia

mnesic adj mnesic (= pertaining to memory)

-mo see -ismo

mo- see mover; mon-

mobilar v to furnish (as in “to furnish a room”);
domo mobilate rooming or lodging house

mobile¹ adj mobile;
festas mobile movable feasts;
benes mobile personal estate, movables
Hence: mobilitate; mobiliari-immobiliari; mobilisar &; automobile &; immobile-immobilitate, immobilisar-immobilisation; locomobilo etc.; mobile² &

mobile² n piece of furniture;
mobiles furniture
Hence: mobiliario; mobilar-dismobilar

mobili- see mobile

mobiliari adj -;
benes mobiliari personal estate, movables

mobiliario n (set of) furniture

mobilisabile adj mobilizable

mobilisar v to mobilize (1. as in “to mobilize resources, wealth, etc.”; 2. to put troops on a war footing)
Hence: mobilisabile; mobilisation; demobilisar-demobilisation

mobilisation n [Mil.] mobilization

mobilitate n mobility

mocassin (móc-) n moccasin (as in “buckskin moccasins”)

moda n mode (= prevailing fashion);
modas women’s apparel;
al moda alamode, fashionable;
esser de moda to be in fashion;
passate de moda out of fashion
Hence: modista

modal adj modal (1. [Philos.]; 2. [Gram.]; 3. [Mus.])

modalitate n [Philos.] modality

modellar v to model (“to model in clay, etc.”);
modellar (se) super to model (oneself) on, upon

modellator n modeler

modello n model (1. thing, person, etc. to be copied; 2. mannequin); attrib. model (as in “a model marriage”)
Hence: modellar-modellator

moderante adj 1. ppr of moderar; 2. adj moderate (= inclined to compromise)

moderantismo n [Pol.] moderantism

moderantista n [Pol.] moderantist

moderar v to moderate;
moderar (un pena) to mitigate (a penalty)
Hence: moderante-moderantismo, moderantista; moderation-immoderation; moderator; moderate-moderatessa, immoderate-immoderatessa

moderate 1. pp of moderar; 2. adj moderate

moderatessa n moderateness

moderation n moderation

moderator n moderator (1. one who or that which renders moderate; 2. [Mech.])

moderne adj modern;
(construer) al moderne (to build) in modern style
Hence: modernismo; modernista; modernitate; modernisar-modernisation

modernisar v to modernize

modernisation n modernization

modernismo n modernism

modernista n modernist

modernitate n modernness, modernity

modeste adj modest
Hence: modestia, immodeste-immodestia

modestia n modesty

modic adj moderate;
precio modic reasonable price
Hence: modicitate

modicitate n moderateness;
modicitate de precios reasonableness of prices

modificabile adj modifiable

modificar v to modify; also: [Gram.]
Hence: modificabile; modification; modificative; modificator

modification n modification

modificative adj modificatory, modifying

modificator n modifier

modio n 1. modius (= Roman corn measure); 2. [Bib.] bushel
Hence: modiolo

modiolo (-dí-) n hub (of a wheel)

modista n milliner

modo n I. mode (1. [Mus.]; 2. way, manner); II. [Gram.] mood;
in modo ... -ly;
in modo special especially
Hence: modal-modalitate; modic &; modulo &; modificar &; omnimode etc.

modular v I. to mold, mould (a statue, etc.); II. to cast (a statue, etc.); III. to modulate (1. as in “to modulate one’s voice”; 2. [Mus.] to pass from one key into another)

modulation n modulation (1. act of modulating tone, inflection, or pitch; 2. [Mus.])

modulator n 1. molder, moulder; 2. modulator

modulatura n [Arch.] molding, moulding

modulo n I. mold, mould (1. as in “to cast in a mold”; 2. model); II. [Arch.] module
Hence: modular-modulation; modulator; modulatura

mohair [A] n mohair

Mohammed (-hám-) npr Mohammed
Hence: mohammedan-mohammedanismo, mohammedano

mohammedan adj Mohammedan

mohammedanismo n Mohammedanism

mohammedano n Mohammedan

mola n 1. millstone; 2. grindstone

molar¹ adj molar;
dente molar molar (tooth)

molar² n molar

mole n 1. mass, pile; 2. [Naut.] mole
Hence: molecula &; demolir &

molecula n molecule
Hence: molecular

molecular adj molecular

moler v to grind (as in “to grind coffee”)
Hence: mola-moletta, molar, molino &

molestar v to molest

molestation n molestation

moleste adj troublesome, irksome, annoying
Hence: molestia; molestar-molestation

molestia n trouble, annoyance

moletta n knurling tool

Molina, Luis npr [1535-1600; Spanish Jesuit and theologian]
Hence: molinismo, molinista

molinar v to mill (= to subject to the operation of a mill)

molinero n miller (= one who works a mill)

molinismo n Molinism (= the doctrine of Luis Molina)

molinista n Molinist (= a follower of Luis Molina)

molino n mill (= machine for grinding grain, etc.);
molino de vento, aqua, caffe, etc. windmill, water mill, coffee mill, etc.;
combatter le molinos de vento to tilt at or fight windmills
Hence: molinero; molinar

Molinos, Miguel de npr [1640-1697; Spanish priest and mystic, one of the chief exponents of Christian Quietism]
Hence: molinosismo; molinosista

molinosismo n Molinism (= the Quietistic doctrine of Miguel de Molinos)

molinosista n Molinist (= a follower of Miguel de Molinos)

molle adj soft (= not hard; also: not hardy)
Hence: mollessa; mollusco; mollir-amollir &; emollir &; mollificar &

mollessa n softness (= absence or lack of hardness; also: absence or lack of hardiness)

molliamento n moistening, wetting

molliar v to moisten, wet
Hence: molliamento; molliatura

molliatura n moistening, wetting; also: moisture, wetness

mollificar v to mollify
Hence: mollification

mollification n mollification

mollir v to soften (= to become soft)

mollusco n mollusk

momentanee adj momentary

momento n moment (1. instant; 2. [Mech.]);
de grande (parve) momento of great (little) moment;
momento de un fortia moment of a force;
momento de inertia moment of inertia;
le moda del momento the fashion of the moment;
le momento psychologic the psychological moment
Hence: momentanee; momentose

momentose adj momentous

mon- adj [occurring in derivatives and compounds] mon-, mono- (= only, single, alone)
Hence: monade &; monismo; monista-monistic; monoculo etc.; monadelphe etc.; monatomic; monarch-; monographo etc.; monolitho etc.; monologo etc.; monoplano etc.; monometallismo etc.; monophysita etc.; monotheista etc.; monochordo etc.; monochromatic etc.; monosyllabe etc.; monogame etc.; monomie etc.; monopolio etc.

monacha (mó-) n nun

monachal adj monkish, monachal

monachato n monkdom

monachismo n monachism

monacho (-mó-) n monk
Hence: monachismo; monachato; monachal; monacha

monade (mó-) n monad; also: [Philos.; Zool.; etc.]
Hence: monadismo; monadic; monadologia etc.

monadelphe adj [Bot.] monadelphous
Hence: monadelphia

monadelphia (-ía) n [Bot.] monadelphy

monadic adj monadic

monadismo n monadism

monadologia (-ía) n monadology

monandre adj monandrous
Hence: monandria

monandria (-ía) n monandry (1. [Anthropol.]; 2. [Bot.])

monarch- [occurring in derivatives] monarch- (1. to rule as monarch; 2. monarchic)
Hence: monarcha; monarchia-monarchismo, monarchista, monarchic

monarcha n monarch (= head of a monarchy)

monarchia (-ía) n monarchy

monarchic adj monarchic, monarchical; also: monarchistic

monarchismo n monarchism

monarchista n monarchist; also: attrib.

monas- v [occurring in derivatives] monas- (= to live alone)
Hence: monasterio &; monastic &

monasterial adj monasterial

monasterio n monastery
Hence: monasterial

monastic adj monastic, monasterial
Hence: monasticismo

monasticismo n monasticism

monatomic adj [Chem.] monatomic

moner v to admonish, advise
Hence: monition; monitor; monitori; monitorio; admoner &; premoner &; admonestar &

Moneta npr [Rom. Relig.] Moneta (as in “Juno Moneta”);
moneta 1. mint (= place where money is coined); 2. (current) coin; 3. money;
batter moneta to coin or mint money;
papiro moneta paper money;
moneta false counterfeit money;
moneta de tasca pocket money, pin money
Hence: monetari; monetero; monetar-monetage; monetisar-dismonetisar-dismonetisation; portamoneta etc.

monetage (-aje) n 1. minting, coining; 2. [Hist.] moneyage (= fee paid for minting privilege)

monetar v to mint (= to stamp and make into money)

monetari adj monetary

monetero n minter

monetisar v to monetize

mongol adj/n 1. Mongol, Mongolian (= native of Mongolia); 2. Mongolian, Mongolic
Hence: Mongolia; mongolismo; mongolic-mongolico; mongoloide

Mongolia npr Mongolia

mongolic adj Mongolian, Mongolic

mongolico n Mongolian (1. Mongol; 2. Mongolian language, Mongolic; 3. member of the Mongolian race)

mongolismo n [Pathol.] Mongolism

mongoloide adj Mongoloid

monismo n [Philos.] monism

monista n monist

monistic adj monistic

monition n admonition

monitor n monitor, admonisher

monitori adj monitory, admonitory

monitorio n monitory (letter)

monochordo n monochord

monochromatic adj monochromatic

monochrome adj monochrome

monoculo (-nó-) n monocle

monogame (-nó-) adj monogamous
Hence: monogamia-monogamic; monogamo

monogamia (-ía) n monogamy

monogamic adj monogamic

monogamo (-nó-) n monogamist

monogramma n monogram

monographia (-ía) n monograph

monographic adj monographic

monographo (-ógrapho) n monographer
Hence: monographia; monographic

monolithic adj monolithic

monolitho (-ólito) n monolith
Hence: monolithic

monologar v to deliver a monologue, monologize

monologo (-ólogo) n monolog(ue)
Hence: monologar

monometallismo n monometallism

monometallista n monometallist

monometric adj monometric

monometro (-ómetro) n monometer
Hence: monometric

monomie adj [Alg.] monomial
Hence: monomio

monomio n [Alg.] monomial

monophysita n [Theol.] Monophysite

monoplano n monoplane

monopolio n monopoly
Hence: monopolismo; monopolista; monopolisar-monopolisation

monopolisar v to monopolize

monopolisation n monopolization

monopolismo n monopolism

monopolista n monopolist

monosticho (-nó-) n [Pros.] monostich

monosyllabe (-sí-) adj monosyllabic
Hence: monosyllabo

monosyllabo (-sí-) n monosyllable

monotheismo (-ízmo) n monotheism

monotheista¹ (-ísta) n monotheist
Hence: monotheistic

monotheista² (-ísta) adj monotheistic

monotheistic (-ístic) adj monotheistic

monotone adj monotonous
Hence: monotonia

monotonia (-ía) n monotony

monotypo n [Print.] monotype

monstra n 1. show, display; 2. show window, display window; 3. sample;
facer monstra de (corage, etc.) to show, display (courage, etc.)

monstrabile adj fit to be seen, presentable

monstrar v to show; also: to display, point out, etc.
Hence: monstra; monstrabile; monstrator; demonstrar &; remonstrar &; monstravento etc.

monstrator n one who shows; also: demonstrator (= one who makes evident)

monstravento n weather vane

monstro n monster; attrib. monster
Hence: monstruose-monstruositate

monstruose adj monstrous

monstruositate n monstrosity

montacargas (-cár-) n hoist, lift (= lifting apparatus)

montage (-aje) n (action of) mounting (a jewel, picture, gun, etc.); also: montage

montan adj montane (1. mountainous; 2. mountain)
Hence: cismontan; transmontan; ultramontan &

montania n mountain;
montanias russe [Amusements] roller coaster, switchback railway;
catena de montanias chain of mountains, mountain range
Hence: montaniero; montaniose

montaniero n mountaineer

montaniose adj mountainous

montar v I. to mount (1. to ascend; 2. to fix in a setting, backing, support; etc.); II. [Breeding] to cover, serve;
montar un cavallo to mount a horse;
montar a pilo to ride bareback
Hence: montage-photomontage etc.; montatura; montata; dismontar &; remontar &; surmontar &; montacargas etc.

montata n climb, ascent; also: upward slope

montatura n (action of) mounting (a jewel, picture, gun, etc.); also: montage

monte n mountain, mount;
monte de pietate pawnshop;
a monte uphill
Hence: monticulo; montania &; montan &; montuose; amontar &; pedemonte etc.

monticulo n (small mountain), hill, monticule

montuose adj mountainous; also: hilly

monumental adj monumental

monumento n monument
Hence: monumental

mora¹ n 1. delay; 2. [Pros.] mora
Hence: morose-morositate; morar-moratori, moratorio, demorar &; remorar &

mora² n mulberry (= fruit of the mulberry)

moral¹ adj moral (1. as in “moral conduct”; 2. as in “moral victory”)
Hence: moralismo; moralista; moralitate; moralisar-moralisation, moralisator, dismoralisar &; amoral &; immoral &

moral² n 1. morals; 2. moral; 3. morale (as in “the morale of an army”)

moralisar v to moralize (1. to improve the morals of; 2. to study moral problems)

moralisation n moralization (1. action of improving the morals; 2. moral reflection)

moralisator n moralizer

moralismo n moralism (= moral practice, attitude, etc.)

moralista n moralist

moralitate n morality

morar v to delay, tarry, linger

moratori adj moratory

moratorio n moratorium

morbide adj 1. morbid; 2. [Art] delicately tinted, soft

morbiditate n morbidity

morbifere adj morbiferous

morbific adj morbific

morbo n disease, illness
Hence: morbide-morbiditate; morbifere; morbific

mordace adj biting (as in “biting sarcasm”), mordacious
Hence: mordacitate

mordacia n gag (= something thrust into a person’s mouth to prevent him from speaking)

mordacitate n mordacity

mordente¹ I. ppr of morder; II. adj mordant (1. corrosive; 2. biting, caustic)

mordente¹ n 1. [Dyeing] mordant; 2. [Mus.] mordent

morder [mord-/mors-] v to bite;
morder le pulvere to bite the dust
Hence: mordacia; mordace &; mordente; morsura; morso &; remorder &

more n manner, custom, usage;
mores mores
Hence: moral &

morena n [Geol.] moraine

morgue [F] n morgue (= place where bodies are kept for identification)

moribunde adj moribund, dying

moriente 1. ppr of morir; 2. adj dying

morir [mor-/mort-] v to die;
morir se to be dying slowly
Hence: moribunde; moriente; morte-amortir &, amortisar &, manomorte etc.; semimorte etc., morto; mortuari

Mormon n Mormon (as in “the Book of Mormon”);
mormon Mormon (= member of the Mormon Church)
Hence: mormonismo; mormonic

mormonic adj Mormon

mormonismo n Mormonism

moro n mulberry (= mulberry tree)
Hence: mora²

morose adj tardy, dilatory, lingering

morositate n slowness, tardiness

morph-¹ n [occurring in derivatives and compounds] morph-, morpho- (= form)
Hence: Morpheo &; amorphe-amorphia, amorphismo; metamorphe-metamorphismo, metamorphic; morphologo etc.; anthropomorphe etc.; isomorphe etc.; dimorphe etc.

morph-² see Morpheo

Morpheo (-éo) npr [Gr. Mythol.] Morpheus
Hence: morphina &

morphina n morphine
Hence: morphinismo; morphinomania etc.; morphinomano etc.

morphinismo n [Med.] morphinism

morphinomania (-ía) n morphinomania

morphinomano (-ómano) n morphinomaniac

morphologia (-ía) n morphology

morphologic adj morphological

morphologista n morphologist

morphologo (-ólogo) n morphologist
Hence: morphologia-morphologista; morphologic

mors- see morder

Morse, Samuel Finely Breese npr [1791-1872; American inventor and artist];
(alphabeto) Morse Morse (alphabet), Morse (code)

morsellar v to morsel

morsello n morsel (1. small bite; 2. piece, fragment)
Hence: morsellar

morso n bit (= part of the bridle that goes in a horse’s mouth)
Hence: morsello &

morsura n bite (1. act of biting; 2. wound caused by biting)

mort- see morir

mortal¹ adj mortal (1. destined to die; 2. fatal);
inimico mortal mortal foe;
peccato mortal mortal sin

mortal² n mortal

mortalitate n mortality (1. mortal nature; 2. death rate);
tabulas de mortalitate mortality tables

morte¹ n death;
morte civil civil death;
condemnar a morte to sentence (someone) to death;
poner a morte to put to death
Hence: mortal-mortalitate, immortal-immortalitate, immortalisar; mortifere; mortificar &

morte² adj dead;
natura morte still life;
aqua morte still, stagnant, water;
littera morte [Law] dead letter;
moneta morte dead capital;
puncto morte dead point, dead center

mortero n mortar (1. as in “mortar and pestle”; 2. [Mil.]; 3. as in “to plaster with mortar”)

mortifere adj deadly, fatal, death-bearing

mortificar v I. to mortify (1. [Eccl.]; 2. to cause to feel humiliated); II. [Pathol.] to cause to mortify
Hence: mortification-immortification; mortificator; mortificate-immortificate

mortificate 1. pp of mortificar; 2. adj mortified

mortification n mortification (1. [Eccl.]; 2. humiliation, shame; 3. [Pathol.])

mortificator n mortifier

morto n dead man or person, deceased

mortuari adj mortuary;
(camera, etc.) mortuari death (chamber, etc.)

mosaic (-áic) adj Mosaic

mosaico (-áico) n mosaic

mosaismo (-ízmo) n Mosaism

moschea (-éa) n mosque

Moscova npr 1. Moscow; 2. Moskva, Moscow River
Hence: Moscovia; moscovita

Moscovia npr Muscovy

moscovita n Muscovite

Moses (mó-) npr Moses
Hence: mosaismo, mosaic

moslem (mó-) n/adj Moslem, Mussulman

mosquitiera n mosquito net

mosquito [H] n mosquito; also: gnat
Hence: mosquitiera

mot- see mover

motin n mutiny
Hence: motinero; motinose; motinar

motinar v to cause to mutiny;
motinar se to mutiny

motinero n mutineer

motinose adj mutinous

motion n motion (1. movement; 2. [Parl.])
Hence: locomotion etc.

motivar v 1. to state the reason for; 2. to motivate

motivation n motivation

motive adj motive
Hence: locomotive etc.; motivo-motivar-motivation

motivo n 1. motive; 2. motif

moto- see motor

motocultura n mechanized agriculture

motocycletta n motorcycle

motocyclista n motorcyclist

motocyclo n motorcycle
Hence: motocycletta; motocyclista

motor n motor (as in “an electric motor”); attrib. motor, motive;
fortia motor motive power or force;
nervos, musculos motor motor or motory nerves, muscles;
motor Diesel Diesel motor or engine
Hence: motorisar-motorisation; motorcyclo etc.; locomotor etc.; electromotor etc.; motocultura etc.

motorcyclista n motorcyclist

motorcyclo n motorcycle
Hence: motorcyclista

motorisar v to motorize

motorisation n motorization

mottetto n [Mus.] motet

motto n motto
Hence: mottetto

mover [mov-/mot-] v to move (1. to cause to move; 2. to affect with emotion, stir up)
Hence: movimento; mobile &; movibile; motion &; motive &; motor &; amover &; commover &; emover &; promover &; remover &

movibile adj movable

movimento n movement (1. action or process of moving; 2. as in “popular movement, youth movement, etc.”);
movimento perpetue perpetual motion

Moyse (-sé) npr Moses

[mox] adv soon, at once, directly

mozarabe [H] n Mozarab (= member of the Christian population of Spain under the Arabs)
Hence: mozarabic

mozarabic adj Mozarabic;
rito mozarabic Mozarabic rite

mucer v 1. to be moldy; to be musty
Hence: mucide; mucor

mucide adj moldy, musty; mucid

mucilagine n [Bot.] mucilage (= mucilaginous sap)
Hence: mucilaginose

mucilaginose adj mucilaginous (as in “mucilaginous glands”)

mucina n [Biochem.] mucin

mucipare adj muciparous

muco n mucus
Hence: mucilagine &; mucina; mucose-mucositate, mucosa; mucipare etc.

mucor n 1. mold, moldiness; mustiness; 2. [Bot.] Mucor

mucosa n [Anat.] mucosa; mucous membrane

mucose adj mucous;
membrana mucose mucous membrane

mucositate n mucosity, mucousness

muezzin n muezzin

mufti n mufti (= official expounder of Mohammedan law)

mugir v 1. to bellow (= to roar as the bull does); 2. to low, moo;
le vento mugi the wind howls

mula n she-mule

mulatto n mulatto

mulcta n fine (as in “fine of ten dollars”), mulct
Hence: mulctar

mulctar v to fine, mulct

mulero n muleteer, mule driver

mulger [mulg-/muls-] v to milk (cows, goats, etc.)
Hence: mulsion; mulgitor; mulgitura; emulger &

mulgitor n one who milks, milker

mulgitura n (action of) milking

mullah (-lá) n [Moham.] mullah

mulo n [Zool.] mule; specif: he-mule
Hence: mulero; mula

muls- see mulger

mulsion n (action of) milking

multarticulate adj [Zool.] multarticulate, multiarticulate

multe adj 1. much; 2. many
Hence: multitude; [permulte] &; multimillionario etc.: multiforme etc.; multicolor etc.; multicellular etc.; multiloque etc.; multiloquente etc.; multiple etc.; multiplice etc.; multungule etc.; multo

multiarticulate adj [Zool.] multarticulate, multiarticulate

multicapsular adj multicapsular

multicaule (-cáu-) adj [Bot.] multicauline, having several stems

multicellular adj multicellular

multicolor adj multicolored

multicuspide (-cús-) adj [Bot.] multicuspid, multicuspidate

multifide (-tí-) adj multifid (= cleft severally)

multi-flor adj multiflowered

multiforme adj multiform
Hence: multiformitate

multiformitate n multiformity

multilatere adj many-sided, multilateral

multilobate adj [Bot., Zool.] multilobate, multilobed, multilobar

multilobe (-tí-) adj [Bot., Zool.] multilobar, multilobed, multilobate

multilocular adj [Bot., Zool.] multilocular

multiloque (-tí-) adj multiloquous, talkative

multiloquente adj multiloquent, talkative
Hence: multiloquentia

multiloquentia n multiloquence, talkativeness

multimillionario n multimillionaire

multinomie adj [Math.] multinominal, polynomial
Hence: multinomio

multinomio n [Math.] multinominal, polynominal

multipara (-tí-) n multipara

multipare adj multiparous
Hence: multiparitate, multipara

multiparitate n multiparity

multipartite adj multipartite

multipede (-tí-) adj multiped, multipede

multiple (múl-) adj multiple (1. manifold, multiplex; 2. [Math.])
Hence: multiplo

multiplicabile adj multiplicable, multipliable

multiplicando n multiplicand

multiplicar v to multiply (1. to make more numerous; 2. [Math.]);
multiplicar se 1. to multiply (= to become more numerous); 2. to be half a dozen places at once

multiplication n multiplication;
tabula de multiplication multiplication table

multiplicative adj multiplicative

multiplicator n [Math.] multiplier;
multiplicator de frequentia [Elec.] frequency multiplier

multiplice (-tí-) adj multiple (1. manifold, multiplex; 2. [Math.])
Hence: multiplicitate, multiplicar-multiplicando, multiplicabile, multiplication, multiplicative, multiplicator

multiplicitate n multiplicity

multiplo (múl-) n [Math.] multiple;
le minime commun multiplo the least common multiple, LCM

multipolar adj [Anat., Elec.] multipolar

multisense adj multisensual, multivocal (= having many meanings)

multisone adj multisonous, multisonant

multitubular adj multitubular

multitude n multitude (1. large number; 2. crowd, throng)

multivage (-tí-) adj multivagant, muchwandering

multivalve adj [Bot., Zool.] multivalve, multivalved

multivalvular [Bot., Zool.] multivalvular

multivie (-tí-) adj multivious (= having many roads)

multo adv 1. very; 2. much

multungulate adj [Zool.] multungulate

multungule adj [Zool.] multungulate

mumia n mummy
Hence: mumificar-mumification

mumificar v to mummify (= to embalm as a mummy)

mumification n mummification

-mun adj [occurring in compounds]
Hence: immun &; commun &

München [G] npl Munich, München

mundadentes (-dén-) n toothpick

mundan adj 1. mundane, worldly; 2. society (attrib.), of the world

mundanitate n 1. worldliness; 2. fashionableness

mundar v to cleanse; also: to clean (= to make clean)

munde adj clean
Hence: munditia; mundar-mundadentes etc.; mundificar-mundification; immunde-immunditia

mundial adj world-wide;
guerra mundial World War

mundificar v to cleanse, purify

mundification n cleansing, purification

munditia n cleanness, cleanliness

mundo n world (1. Universe; 2. earth; 3. society);
tote le mundo everybody;
le vetule mundo the Old World;
le nove mundo the New World;
le mundo literari the literary world
Hence: mundial; mundan-mundanitate, supermundan

munerar v to present, give
Hence: remunerar &

muni- [occurring in compounds]
Hence: municipe etc.; munificente etc.

Munich (mú-) npr Munich

municipal adj municipal;
consilio municipal city or town council

municipalisar v to municipalize

municipalitate n 1. municipality (= town, city, etc., having local self-government); 2. town or city council, municipality; 3. town or city hall

municipe (-ní-) n townsman
Hence: municipio; municipal-municipalitate, municipalisar

municipio n 1. [Rom. Hist.] municipium; 2. town district

munificente adj munificent
Hence: munificentia

munificentia n munificence

munir v 1. to fortify (as in “to fortify a city”); 2. to provide with, furnish
Hence: munition-munitionero, munitionar; premunir

munition n 1. military supplies, munitions; 2. ammunition;
pan de munition [Mil.] ration bread

munitionar v to munition, supply with munitions

munitionero n munitioner, munitioneer

mural adj mural;
pictura mural mural (painting);
(mappa) mural wall (map)

muralia n [Fortif.] wall

murar v 1. to wall in, surround with a wall; 2. to wall up

mure n mouse
Hence: murides

muria n brine
Hence: muriato; muriate; muriatic; salmuria etc.

muriate adj muriated (= impregnated with chloride)

muriatic adj muriatic;
acido muriatic muriatic acid, hydrochloric acid

muriato n muriate, chloride

murides (múr-) n [Zool.] Muridae

murmurar v to murmur; also: to mutter, mumble, grumble, babble etc.

murmuration n (action of) murmuring; also: muttering, mumbling, grumbling, babbling, babble, etc.

murmurator n murmurer; also: mutterer, mumbler, grumbler, etc.

murmure n murmur; also: muttering, mumbling, grumbling, etc.
Hence: murmurose; murmurar-murmuration, murmurator; murmurear

murmurear v to murmur; also: to mutter, mumble, grumble, etc.

murmurose adj murmurous (= filled with, or making, murmurs)

muro n wall (= upright structure of masonry, etc.)
Hence: muralia; mural-antemural, extramural, intramural; murar

mus n mouse
Hence: musaranea etc.

musa n Muse, muse
Hence: museo; music; musico; musica &

musaranea n [Zool.] shrew

musca n 1. [Entom.] fly; 2. tuft of hair (on lower lip); 3. beauty spot, patch;
muscas volante [Pathol.] muscae volitantes;
musca de Hispania Spanish fly, blister beetle;
musca artificial [Angling] fly
Hence: muscides

muscate adj -;
bove muscate musk ox;
ratto muscate muskrat;
nuce muscate nutmeg;
rosa muscate musk rose

muscatello n muscatel (1. muscat grape; 2. muscatel wine)

muscato n muscat (1. muscat grape; 2. muscatel wine)

muschettero n musketeer

muschetto n musket, rifle
Hence: muschettero

muscides (mús-) npl [Zool.] Muscidae

musco¹ n moss
Hence: muscose; muscologia etc.

musco² n musk (1. musk deer; 2. “musk substance or perfume”)
Hence: muscate-muscato-muscatello

muscologia (-ía) n bryology, muscology (= science af mosses)

muscose adj mossy

muscular adj muscular (as in “muscular energy”)

musculate adj muscled, muscular

musculatura n muscular system, musculature

musculina n [Biochem.] musculin

musculo¹ (mús-) n muscle
Hence: musculatura; muscular; musculate; musculina; musculose-musculositate

musculo² (mús-) n mussel; also: clam

musculose adj muscular (as in “muscular man”)

musculositate n muscularity

musellar v to muzzle

musello n muzzle (as in “a dog wearing a muzzle”)
Hence: musellar

museo (-éo) n museum

music adj 1. artistic, disposed for the fine arts; 2. musical (= of or pertaining to music)

musica n music;
poner in musica to set to music
Hence: musichetta; musical; musicar-musicante; musicologo etc.

musical adj musical (as in “musical arrangement”);
aure musical musical ear

musicante n musician

musicar v to play, make music

musich- see musica

musichetta n easy unpretentious music

musico n musician

musicologia (-ía) n musicology

musicologo (-có-) n musicologist
Hence: musicologia

musicomania (-ía) n musicomania

musicomano (-có-) n musicomaniac
Hence: musicomania

muso n snout, muzzle
Hence: musello &

musselina n muslin

mustachio n moustache

mustang [A] n mustang

mustarda n mustard
Hence: mustardero; mustardiera

mustardero n mustard maker, mustard seller

mustardiera n mustard jar, mustard pot

mustela n weasel

musto n must (= new wine, sweet cider)
Hence: mustarda &

musulman n Mussulman, Moslem

muta n molt (= process of molting)

mutabile adj changeable, mutable

mutabilitate n mutability

mutar v 1. to change (= to make or become different); 2. to molt
Hence: muta; mutue &; mutabile-mutabilitate, immutabile-immutabilitate; mutation; commutar &; permutar &; transmutar &

mutation n mutation (1. change; 2. [Biol.])

mutatis mutandis [L] mutatis mutandis

mute adj mute, dumb, silent;
littera mute [Phonet.] mute or silent letter
Hence: mutismo; mutescer; surdemute etc.

mutescer v to grow mute, grow silent

mutilar v to mutilate

mutilate 1. pp of mutilar; 2. adj wounded (as in “wounded soldier”)

mutilation n mutilation

mutilato n wounded (soldier);
mutilatos de guerra wounded (soldiers)

mutilator n mutilator

mutile adj maimed, mutilated
Hence: mutilar-mutilation, mutilator, mutilate-mutilato

mutismo n muteness, dumbness, mutism

mutual adj mutual, reciprocal

mutualitate n mutuality, reciprocity

mutue adj mutual, reciprocal
Hence: mutual-mutualitate

muzhik [R] n muzhik

my- v [occurring in compounds] my- (= to shut the eyes, blink)
Hence: myope etc.

myope adj short-sighted, near-sighted, myopic
Hence: myopia

myopia (-ía) n short-sightedness, near-sightedness, myopia

myosotis (-só-) n [Bot.] forget-me-not, myosotis

myri- adj [occurring in derivatives and compounds] myria-, myri- (1. countless; 2. ten thousand)
Hence: myriade; myriagramma etc.; myriapode etc.

myriade (-íade) n myriad (1. ten thousand; 2. indefinitely large number)

myriagramma n myriagram

myriametro (-á-) n myriameter

myriapode (-á-) adj myriapod
Hence: myriapodo

myriapodo (-á-) n myriapod;
myriapodos [Zool.] Myriapoda

myrrha n myrrh (= gum resin produced by the myrrh tree)
Hence: myrrhic; myrrhar

myrrhar v to perfume with myrrh

myrrhic adj myrrhic

myrtaceas npl [Bot.] Myrtaceae

myrtacee adj myrtaceous

myrtiforme adj myrtiform

myrtillo n whortleberry, blueberry

myrto n myrtle
Hence: myrtacee-myrtaceas; myrtiforme etc.

mysta n [Gr. Relig.] mystes (= an initiate in the mysteries)
Hence: mysterio &; mystic &; mystico; mystica; mystificar &; mystagogo etc.

mystagogia (-ía) n mystagogy

mystagogo n mystagogue
Hence: mystagogia

mysterio n mystery (1. as in “the Eleusinian mysteries”; 2. [Eccl.]; 3. secret, obscure fact or force, motive, etc.; 4 mystery play)
Hence: mysteriose

mysteriose adj mysterious

mystic adj mystic, mystical
Hence: mysticismo; mysticitate

mystica n mystical theology, mysticism

mysticismo n mysticism

mysticitate n mysticalness

mystico n mystic

mystificar v to mystify, hoax
Hence: mystification; mystificator

mystification n mystification, hoax

mystificator n mystifier, hoaxer

mythic adj mythical

mytho n myth
Hence: mythic; mythographo etc.; mythologo etc.; stichomythia etc.

mythographia (-ía) n mythography

mythographo (-tó-) mythographer
Hence: mythographia

mythologia (-ía) n mythology

mythologic adj mythological

mythologista n mythologist

mythologo (-tó-) n mythologist
Hence: mythologia-mythologic; mythologista

Ad blocker interference detected!

Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.

Altere sitos de Wikia

Wiki aleatori