minattråta
Maltreatment; oppression.
minayulang
Demolition; destruction.
mineddong
Size; dimensions; measurement.
minesngon
Forebearance; indulgence; endurance.
minetgot
Power; energy; strength; might; force; stamina.
mineyas
Put socks on.
minidiya
Limitation; confinement.
minigu'an
Condition of having matter in the eyes.
ministet
Prerequisite; necessary; have to; must.
ministro
Minister; protestant clergyman.
minito'
Intention; purpose.
minito'
Desire; feeling disposition.
minuteru
Minute hand--on watch or clock.
minutu
Minute. Also minutos (plural).
mipilu
Hairy; fibrous; stringy.
mira
Myrrh; aromatic gum resin.
mirenda
Snack; light meal. Also merienda.
miresi
Receive; deserve.
miron
Inattentive; one who usually gets distracted from his work.
misa
Mass; the commemorative sacrifice of the Catholic church.
misan gåyu
Midnight mass--on Easter Sunday, Christmas, and New Year's Eve. Literally rooster's mass.
misan kåntådå
High mass.
misan mo'na
Mass--early; fist mass when there is no midnight mass offered, but more masses are to follow.
misan risåda
Low mass.
misan talo'
Mass--middle; the second mass offered out of three masses.
misan tatalo'puengi
Mass-midnight.
misan tåtte
Mass--late; the last mass offered of the day.
misan ånimas
Requiem; mass for deceased person; mass for the souls.
misen
Full of liquid; abundent liquid; root crops--big and plentiful.
miseria
Misery; poverty.
miseråble
Miserable; disconsolate; comfortless; cheerless.
misioneru
Missionary.
misirikotdia
For mercy sake; goodness gracious; for goodness sake.
mismo
Personally; really; very; by oneself; emphasizer.
miso'
Bean paste--from soy beans; miso.
misterio
Mystery; enigma; conundrum; profound secret; riddle; puzzle.
misåt
Missal; prayer book for Catholic church.
mit
One thousand.
mit leguas
Type of plant--telosma cordata.
miteng
Meeting; assembly; gathering; convention.

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