mañågu
Give birth; bear a child.
mañågue'
Death quiver; cunvulsion; cunvulsive quivering, usually indicating approaching death; twitching of body.
måñåhåk
Type of fish--family siganidae. Rabbit fish.
mañaina'
Parents; elders (plural).
mañaña'
Soft; tender; lenient; easily yielding to physical pressure; gentle; yielding.
mañe'lo
Siblings; brothers; sisters. Plural for che'lo.
måñeha
Move backwards.
mañetnot
Infected--with sores.
mañila'
verb. illuminated; light up; glare; burst into flame; become inflamed; blaze; lightning.
måñini
Pregnant.
mañokñok
Sunk; submerged.
mañom
Cold; flue; runny nose.
mañongsong
Clogged up; plugged up.
mañostieni
Cling; hang on to; hold on to; clasp; grip; brace.
mañotsot
Reformed; repented.
mañufa'
Rooting (pig); fall on face.
mañugo'
Suppurate; fester; orgasm; generate pus or juice; ejaculate; ooze.
mañusu
Budding; have buds.
me'i
Urinate on; to discharge urine on. Also me'mi'i.
 
me'me'
verb. to urinate; to pee.
noun. urine; pee.
me'nan
In front of.
mecha
Wick; filament; mantle; tinder; combustible matieral used to start a fire.
mechio'
adjective. sharp shooter; bulls-eye, especially in marble game. (Saipan)
media
Half; one of two equal parts of anything.
mediånu
Medium; average; middle state; moderation; temperateness; regular.
mediku
Doctor; physician; surgeon.
mediu
Half; measure of half.
mediu di
For the sake of.
mediu dia
Half day; from morning till noon.
mefgo'
Juicy; have lots of juice. From mi- plus chugo'. Also mesgo'
mefno'
adjective. talkative; loquacious; wordy.
meggai
adjective. many; plenty; lots of ; much; full of.
meggai na biåhi
Many times.
meggaiña
More; greater in number, quantity, or extent.
mehga'
adjective. bloody. Also mihaga'.
mehna
Catch--big; lots of luck in hunting.
mehto
Lousy; infested with lice. Also metto.
Meksikåna
Mexican (female).
Meksikånu
Mexican (male).
Meksiku
Mexico.

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