muyo'
Puckered lips; protruded lips--when angry or displeased; pout.
muyu'i
Sneer; show contempt by facial expression.
muñeka
Doll; puppet.
muñera
Cry-baby (female); timid; grouchy; cranky; hard to please. Also muñeru (male).
muñeru
Cry-baby (male); timid; grouchy; cranky; hard to please. Also muñera (female).
må'akgak
Cut on foot; cut on sole of foot by a sharp object, such as a broken glass; slash by sharp object on the sole of the foot.
må'asen
Salty; saline; briny; brackish.
må'empon
Urge to urinate.
må'estro
Teacher; instructor (male). Also ma'estra (female).
må'etdot
Numb; be numbed; make numb.
må'gas
Boss; master; superior; foreman; manager; be master.
må'gåsi
Govern; rule; dominate.
må'ho
Thirsty. Also må'o.
må'I'eng
Peel--first layer of husk from ripe coconut with one's fingers.
må'I'ot
Hot; firey; suggesting heat.
må'o
Thirsty. Also må'ho.
må'pe'
Split; broken; cracked.
må'pe' espehos
Piece of glass; broken glass.
må'pong
A nervous condition; often associated with frequent urinating.
må'pos
Past; past form for go; leave; depart; went.
må'pos na mes
Last month.
må'pos na simåna
Last week.
må'pos na såkkan
Last year.
må'posña
Befor last; two (something) ago.
må'posña na mes
Month before last.
må'posña na simåna
Week before last.
må'posña na såkkan
Year before last.
må'son
Coconut--barely ripe; ripe coconut with green husk.
må'te
Low tide.
må'teng
Break; break off; to break at a joint.
må'tot
Amputated; cut off; pruned; missing; maim.
må'udai
Ride; be carried--on the back of an animal; be borne in or on a vehicle.
må'ya
Float; be floated.
må'ågoddai
An intense feeling or urge, such as the urge to hug a baby tightly, or even the urge to scold/spank a child.
må'årimata
Last church bell before mass begins.
må'åse'
Mercy; merciful; pity; forgiveness; sympathy.
må'åsne
Salted.
må-
Passive marker, used as a prefix usually with verbs.
måbende
Sold.
måbira
Overturned; capsized; inverted; reveresed; turn around.

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