mal
(nIII) duty, (moral) obligation; (morally) obliged
mala
(vt) to be (morally) obliged
malat, lea -
(vImp + V) must, should, ought to
malyn
(nII) obligation, task, duty, chore
marys
(nII) paste, dough
masten
(nII) tent, hood of cart
meal
(nIII) meowing, caterwauling, whining
meala
(vi) to meow, to caterwaul, to whine
melyn
(nII) yelp, short cry
melyna
(vi) to yelp
men
(nII-III) gift, alms, donation
mena
(vt) to give, to donate
menan
(nII) giver, donor
mer
(nIII) (well) done (of food), stewed, tender
mera
(vi) to stew, to simmer
mersin
(nIIc) stew
merven
(nII) donkey
mien
as a present, free (of charge)
mile
(nI) tender, delicate
moch
4
mochi
40
moda
(vi/vt) to bend (le moda - to curve oneself, to curl up)
moden
(nII) bend, curve
modin
(nII) curved, bent
morch
(nIII) the earth, the ground
morhin
(nII) the element earth; soil, earth; type of soil
morn 1
(nIII) carp
morn 2
(nIII) left over, remaining
morna
(vi) to remain, to be left (over)
mornie
left (over); too much/many
morsen
(nII) rest, remainder
morsin
(nIIc) leftovers
moshen
(nII) square, quadrangle
mosta
(vt) to get
mosta, le -
(vr + loc.) to come (to the speaker)
moy
(nIII) large, big
moye
very, much, greatly
mudh
(nIII) health; healthy
mudha
(vt) to heal
mudhan
(nII) doctor, healer
mudhat, lea
(vImp) to be healed, to get well
mul
(nIII) sewing-work
mula
(vi/vt) to sew
mulan
(nII) seamstress
mulyna
(vt) to stitch, to attach
mur
(nIII) flat, level; supine, recumbent
mura
(vi/vt) to lie (flat); to lay down (from standing), to push/pull over, to flatten
mura, le -
(vr) to lie down
muryas
(nII) plain, flat surface
murys
(nII) surface
must
(nIII) conflict, war
musta
(vi) to fight, to make war
mustan
(nII) soldier
musten
(nII) weapon
mustin
(nIIc) army; weaponry
mustyn
(nII) fight, battle
mustyna
(vi/vt) to fight, to battle
muy
yet, already
muz
(nIII) cat
muzhen
(nII) remedy, medicine
mych
(nIII) mouse
mygen
(nII) season, quarter (of the year)
myr
(nIII) meal, flour
myra
(vt) to grind
mysh
(nIII) soft (of substance or surface)
myshas
(nII) mouse-hole; loophole
myst
(nIII) brown, red-brown, russet; rust; rusty
mysta
(vi) to rust