måtokngaihon
Drowsy; half-asleep; heavy-eyed; nodding.
måtomba
Fall down; be fallen; fall over; cease to be erect.
måtompo'
Stumbled; tripped--in walking, running, etc.
måtråba
Tangled up, especially with a rope; entangled.
måtraka
Rattle.
måtrimoniu
Matrimony; marriage; wedlock; married state.
måtris
Matrix; womb.
Måtso
noun. March (month).
Måttes
Tuesday.
måttet
Martyr; martyrdom.
måttetsio
Abuse; curse.
måttinan
Deep water--just outside the reef. Also måktingan.
måttirio
Punishment; suffering; torture; torment.
måttiyu
noun. hammer (tool) verb. to hammer (something).
måtto
Arrive; come; reach; destination.
måttråta
Maltreat; ill-treat; ill-use; molest; mistreat; do wrong to; treat badly.
måttråtu
Maltreatment; ill-treatment; molestation.
måtua
Archaic form referring to higher class in pre-Spanish Chamorro society.
måtuba
Notches in trunk of coconut tree to facilitate climbing.
 
måtuhok
Sleepy; drowsy; become sleepy for a while.
måtulaihon
Stagger; walk unsteadily; stumbling ; hobbling; staggering.
måtulongtong
Bumpy; jolting.
måtuna
Be praised; be lauded; be complemented; extolled.
Maug
Maug; the eighth island north of Saipan. Pronounced må'ok.
maya'
Blurry; blurred; become blurred; obscured.
måyabok
Soil; make dirty.
mayamak
Break down; go to pieces; collapse; fall down.
måyao
Shade tree; tree with many leaves and branches.
måyaye'
Weakened (person).
måyengyong
Quake; shake.
måyidoma
Stewardess; hostess; person in charge of a household or a big party.
måyoria
Majority.
måyot
Mayor; major--a commissioned officer next in rank above a captain; main; superior.
måyotdomu
Major domo; head of an organization; chief.
måyotmente
Especially; mainly; chiefly; particularly; mostly; primarily.
Måyu
noun. May (month).
måyulang
Broken; inoperable.
måyute'
Outcast; thrown away.
måña'
Custom; habit; tradition.
mañåda'
Lay (egg).

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