Approximate number of words in sound group M = 986.                                                                   M/N

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M - "Mirror History" dictionary designates letter M to signify the sixth of ten descending sound groups that define its alphabetical order. Letters inhabiting this group include: M. Theoretical definitions for sound group M include: Mass, Quantity, Community, Compound, Measure, Numeral 5. [Etznab Mathers]

M - "Other theoretical definitions for M include: Cross, Strength, Energy."

M - "Glyphs believed to signify M include: an owl; a sickle [ma]; the sideview of a chessboard, rectangle; a three-pointed crown; the shape of a mountain having three peaks; waving lines; a waving line with a straight or looped appendage. History/Mythology: Reportedly, M is a variation of the Greek letter Mu and the Semitic Mem, which is also the Phoenician word for water. Originally M's legs were uneven, perhaps resembling waves, which many scholars believe was a pictograph of water. In Greek mythology Cadmus, the founder of Thebes, introduced the Phoenician letters to the Greeks and is called the father of their alphabet."

M - "Thirteenth letter [Mem] in the Hebrew alphabet. The older form resembles a slanted [sideways] bisected capital I-like shape with the bottom [right side] stretching longer [down towards left] than the other two. The modern form looks like a leftward-facing C-like shape joined by a dotted I-like shape on the left. Another of the modern forms for M appears almost like a rounded square and is used at the end of words. As a prefix, M generally stands for 'what comes from something else.' Other possible definitions include: of, from."

M - "The Hungarian runic symbol for M reportedly depicts a flying bird. Reportedly, The symbol is just a rotated bird sign."

M - "Definitions: 'the Deep Sleep state of consciousness'; 'name of that level of consciousness in which one experiences Deep Sleep' " *Links: http://swamij.com/om.htm [T.D. 05/27/07]

m - "Definitions: a masculine and dual plural suffix (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: -m; -n."

m - "Definitions: an adverbial suffix (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: -m."

m - "Definitions: not." (Hakka)

mh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'what' [Genesis 4:10]. Other definitions include: anything."

ma - "me" (Sanskrit) *Link: http://vedabase.net/m/ma

ma - "Defenitions: to measure, measure out, to form, to build (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: maya."

ma - "Definitions: hand." (Aztec)

ma - "Definitions: to bind; to go." (Sumerian)

ma - "Glue. Glue was made by placing the hides of animals in a pot of boiling water. As the hide boiled, a thick sticky substance formed at the surface of the water. Associated spelling/words: hma ['bondwoman']."

ma - "Definitions: kou [o3] ('mouth') + ma [a2] ('hemp fibers drying under a shed') - phonetic. General meanings include: a particle indicating obviousness of statement. Associated spellings/words: ma [a2]. Sentences: dui [i4] ma [a2] ('Right?')." (Chinese)

ma - "Definitions: yao [a1] ('pictograph of a fetus or newborn child; tiny') + ma [a2] ('hemp fibers drying under a shed') - phonetic. General meanings include: an interrogative particle. Associated spellings/words me [e2] (adj. 'tiny')." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/187/x242.htm

ma - "Definitions: kou [o3] ('mouth') + ma [a3] ('horse') - phonetic. General meanings include: particle indicating a question." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/182/x220.htm

ma [a1] - "Definitions: nu [u3] ('woman') + me [e2] ('tiny') - phonetic. General meanings include: variant of ma [a1] ('mother')." (Chinese)

ma [a1] - "Definitions: nu [u3] ('woman') + ma [a3] ('horse') - phonetic. General meanings include: mom, mother. Associated spellings/words: mama [1a1] ('mother, mom')" (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/182/x253.htm

ma [a2] - "Definitions: hemp fibers drying under a shed. Associated spellings/words: mabi [a2i4] (adj. 'numb')." (Chinese)

ma [a2] - "Definitions: chuang [a2] ('lie flat on a plank; bed; lie down') + ma [a2] ('hemp fibers drying under a shed'). General meanings include: sickness that leaves skin looking like hemp fibers; leprosy." (Chinese)

ma [a3] - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent a horse showing head, mane, legs and tail." (Chinese)

ma [a3] - "Definitions: yu [u4] ('jade') + ma [a3] ('horse') - phonetic. General meanings include: n. agate." (Chinese)

ma [a3] - "Definitions: shi [i2] ('stone') + ma [a3] ('horse') - phonetic. General meanings include: measure word: yard; n. symbol." (Chinese)

ma [a3] - "Definitions: hui [u3] ('snake-like insect') + ma [a3] ('horse') - phonetic. General meanings include: ant. Associated spellings/words: mayi [a3i3] (n. 'ant')." (Chinese)

ma [a4] - "Definitions: wang [a4] ('net') + ma [a3] ('horse') - phonetic. General meanings include: v. scold, curse. Associated spellings/words: maren [ae2] (v. 'swear (at people)'; ma4ren2hua4 ('swear word')." (Chinese)

ma - "Definitions: negation (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: mi ['not']; med ['not']."

me - "Definitions: fire." (Tibetan)

me - "Definitions: attributes of civilization - pronounced 'may'." (Sumerian)

mah - "Definitions: water." (Arabic)

mah - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'hundred' [Genesis 5:3, etc.]."

mah - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'bowels' [Genesis 15:4; 25:23, etc.]; 'whomb' [Ruth 1:11]; 'heart' [Psalm 40:8]; 'belly' [Song of Solomom 5:14], [Jonah 1:17; 2:1]. Associated spellings/words: me'ah, [mem + ayin + heh]."

mhh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'lingered' [Genesis 19:16]; 'tarry' [Exodus 12:39], [2 Samuel 15:28], [Habakkuk 2:3] ... though it tarry [mhh]. Other definitions include: tarried, delayed, stay. Associated spellings/words: mahahh."

Maa - "Definitions: a name for Earth." (Finnish) *Link: http://www.nineplanets.org/days.html

maha - "Definitions: great (Sanskrit). See also: mega, maga, maka, etc."

maha - "(mwd) maha 1 mfn. great, mighty, strong, abundant RV.; m. (cf. %{makha}, %{magha}) a feast, festival MBh.; the festival of spring S3is3. Hariv. Var. [794,2]; a partic. Eka7ha S3a1n3khS3r.; a sacrifice L.; a buffalo L.; light, lustre, brilliance L.; (%{A}) f. a cow L.; Ichnocarpus Frutescens L.; n. pl. great deeds RV." *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/ Note: (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon

mei [e2] - "Definitions: mu [u4] ('hand reaching into swirling waters; immerse') - phonetic + shui [u3] ('pictograph of streams flowing together; water'). General meanings include: immerse into water; adv. have not, without. Associated spellings/words: mo [o4] ('immerse into water'); meicuo [e2u4] (adj. 'correct'); meishi [e2i4] (adv. 'no problem'); meiyong [e2o4] (adj. 'useless'); meiyou [e2o3] [adv. 'have not'] moluo [o4u4] (v. 'sink, decline'); moshou [o4o1] (v. 'confiscate, exprop- riate')." (Chinese)

mei [e3] - "Definitions: che [e4] ('sprouting plant') + mu [u3] ('mother') - phonetic. General meanings include: flourish; adj. each, every. Associated spellings/words: meici [e3i4]] (adv. 'every time, whenever'); meinian [e3a2]] (adv. 'every year'); meiri [e3i4] (adv. 'every day'); meitian [e3a1] (adv. 'every day')." (Chinese)

mei [e4] - "Definitions: woman not yet adult, younger sister [meimei-1e4]; woman [nu-u3] + not yet [wei-e4] ('tree with extra branches') - phonetic." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/169/x102.htm

Mahayana - "Definitions: Maha ['Great'] Vehicle ['yana']. Trivia: '... the Mahayana is of a later period [than Hinayana - Little Vehicle], having originated after the death of Buddha. (Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, T.S.D., Vol. 1)."

Maheo - "The supreme god or Great Spirit of the Cheyenne peoples of the Plains." (Native American)

Maha Sunn - "Definitions: the great void; the name given to the upper part of the third spiritual region, Daswan Dwar; it is a region of impenetrable darkness that can be crossed only with the Master [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 461]." (Sanskrit)

mahesvara - "Definitions: great lord; proper name of Siva." (Hindu)

mahan - "Definitions: great, greatness, abundance, might (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/ words: mahant, mahantam, mahat."

mahAnanda - "1 mahAnanda (%{-hA7n-} or %{-hA-n-}) m. grñgreat bliss (%{-tva} n. state of great bliss) Up.; the grñgreat joy of deliverance from further transmigration, final emancipation L.; a kind of flute Sam2gi1t.; N. of a disciple of Buddha Buddh.; of a king Pur.; of two authors Cat.; of a river L.; (%{A}) f. ardent spirits L.; a species of plant (= %{ArAma-zItalA}) L.; the 9th day in the light half of the month Ma1gha Tithya1d.; N. of a river MBh.; %{-dhIra} m. N. of an author Cat." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

mahant - "Definitions: Mahant is mostly used in Hinduism and literally means a chief priest of a temple or the head of a monastery; Great sage." (Hindu) *Link: http://www.experiencefestival.com/mahant

mahanta - "Definitions: head of a monastic establishment; the head of a monastery or temple. (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: mahanta ['an adjective meaning big'] (Pali)." *Links: http://www.experiencefestival.com/mahanta

mahanta - "Definitions: the topmost devotee; great devotees." (Sanskrit) *Link: http://www.vedabase.net/m/mahanta maha

nada - "Definitions: great music; the inner music, or audible life stream [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 461]." (Sanskrit)

mahantam - "[....] 'O subduer of the enemy, at the time of creation the Personality of Godhead expands His own transcendental potency in the form of time, and agitating His material energy, maya, composed of the three modes of material nature, He creates the mahat-tattva.' [....] Param means the supreme controller, because He has independent potencies. The Lord is further described in the verse as pradhana, or material nature. Purusha is the controller of the pradhana; mahantam is the mahat-tattva; kala is the one who agitates them; and trivrtam is the false ego. [....]"
*Link: http://harekrsna.com/sun/editorials/sandarbhas/bhagavat/sandarbhas23.htm
*Links (page search for mahantam): http://gosai.com/chaitanya/saranagati/html/siksa/siksa-3.html

mahAntaka - "1 (mwd) mahAntaka - (%{-hA7n-}) m. `the great finisher', death (N. of S3iva) MBh." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

mahantaka - "Mahantaka (LPj, an accountant; a clerk. It is a term"
[Based on: http://www.archive.org/stream/indianepigraphic00sircuoft/indianepigraphic00sircuoft_djvu.txt]

mahamai - "Definitions: great mother." (Sanskrit) mahamaitra - "m. N. of a Buddha L.; (%{I}) f. great friendship, great attachment, great com- passion Buddh. (cf. Dharmas. 131); %{-trI-samAdhi} m. N. of a partic. Sama1dhi Buddh." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

ma'amar - "Definitions: a paticular statement." (Hebrew)

mahrsi - "Definitions: great sage, honorific title." (Hindu)

mahalal - "Definitions: praise (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: halal ['to acclaim, to boast of, to glory in']." (Hebrew)

Maha Kal - "Definitions: The great Kal, ruler of the upper part of Brahmand [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 461]. (Sanskrit)

Maha Kaal - "The Great Time or eternity with its sway extending over three worlds: physical, subtle or astral and mental or instrumental, forming Brahmand wherein everything is subject to disease, decay and final disintegration, until spirit stands disrobed of all the enclosing sheaths or vestures of the body, mind and intellect, besides deep-rooted latencies, and shines forth in its pristine glory, conscious of itself alone, free from all bondage."
(Based on: http://www.ruhanisatsangusa.org/gloss.htm)

mahat - "mfn. (orig. pr. p. of 1. %{mah}; strong form, %{mahAnt} f. %{mahatI4}; in ep. often %{mahat} for %{mahAntam}; ibc. mostly %{mahA} q.v.) great (in space, time, quantity or degree) i.e. large, big, huge, ample, extensive, long, abundant, numerous, considerable, important, high, eminent RV. &c. &c. (also ind. in % {mahad-bhU}, to become great or full [said of the moon] S3is3.); [....]" (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/
Other Links: *Links: http://vedabase.net/m/mahat

Mahat - "First product of evolution from Prakriti, pure potentiality. Mahat is also considered to be the principle responsible for the rise of buddhi or intelligence in living beings. " [Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samkhya]

Mahat - "Definitions: 'Cosmic Ideation, MAHAT or Intelligence, the Universal World-Soul; the Cosmic Noumenon of matter, the basis of the intelligent operations in and of Nature, also called Maha-Buddhi.' (Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, T.S.D., Vol. 1, Proem)."

mahat - "Definitions: thought, the first changed form of the nature elements, Intelligence. Associated spellings/words: Mahat ['great']."

mahatma - "Definitions: great Soul." (Sanskrit)

mahatmya - "Definitions: eulogy, text praising a particular place." (Hindu)

mai [a2] - "Definitions: zhi [i4] ('clawed beast') + li [i3] ('field and earth; hamlet, village; bury') - phonetic. General meanings include: clawed beast that lives near villages; fox, racoon." (Chinese)

mai [a2] - "Definitions: yu [u3] ('rain') + mai [a2] ('bury') - phonetic. General meanings include: rain/storm that buries; duststorm, misty, foggy." (Chinese)

mai [a2] - "Definitions: li [i3] ('field and earth; hamlet, village') + tu [u3] ('ground'). General meanings include: in the ground, bury." (Chinese)

mai [a3] - "Definitions: wang [a3] ('cover with interwoven ropes; net; catch') + shell money. General meanings include: v. buy." (Chinese)

mai [a4] - "Definitions: chuo [u4] ('step and stop; halting movement') + wan [a4] ('scorpion; ten thousand, myriad'). General meanings include: stride." (Chinese)

mai [a4] - "Definitions: ruo [o4] ('meat, flesh') + pai [a4] ('joining of rivers') - phonetic. General meanings include: vein, artery; pulse." (Chinese)

mai [a4] - "Definitions: chu [u4] ('pictograph of a sprouting plant') + mai [a3] ('buy') - phonetic. General meanings include: sell." (Chinese)

mai [a4] - "Definitions: lai [i2] ('pictograph of ears of wheat hanging from a plant; come, arrive') - phonetic + sui [u1] ('person with mark suggesting shackles, walk with difficulty'). General meanings include: wheat." (Chinese)

mahi - "Definitions: earth." (Sanskrit)

mayas - "Definitions: 'happiness'." (Vedic)
*Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-4-X.html

mahisa - "Definitions: buffalo; proper name of a demon killed by Devi." (Hindu)

mau - "Definitions: another name for the Egyptian god Ra." (Egyptian Book of the Dead)

mao - "Name for an ideograph showing ren [person] and bai [rising sun]. General meanings include: countenance." (Chinese)

mao [a2] - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent fur. General meanings include: hair; unrefined, gross; tenth of a yuan. Associated spellings/words: maoyi [a2i1] (n. 'sweater')." (Chinese)

mao [a2] - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent an ancient hooked lance. General meanings include: lance, spear." (Chinese)

mao [a4] - "Name for an ideograph showing ren [person] and bai [rising sun]. General meanings include: countenance." (Chinese)

mahu - "Definitions: fear." (Aztec) maoi - "Definitions: jewel." (Pali)


mi - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent grains of rice. General meanings include: rice; kernel." (Chinese)

mi [i4] - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent an edged cover. General meanings include: cover." (Chinese)

mi [i4] - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent threads twisted together. General meanings include: fine thread." (Chinese)

mi - "Definitions: human being, people (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: ni [Zhang-Zhung]."

mi - "Definitions: a negative prefix [not] (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: mi skye ['not reborn']; mi gags ['not stopped, incessant']."

mi - "Definitions: my (Spanish). Associated spellings/words: mi amor ['my love']; mi vida ['my life']; mi sangre ['my blood']."

mi - "Definitions: set up, fix, settle; exchange." (Latin)

my - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'who' [Genesis 3:11]; 'any' [Genesis 19:12]; 'whose' [Genesis 24:23]. Associated spellings/words: miy."

my - "Definitions: an interrogative personal pronoun (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: mi."

mia - "Definitions: my." (Italian)

me - "Definitions: attributes of civilization - pronounced 'may'." (Sumerian)

mai - "Definitions: every." (Japanese)

Mai - "Definitions: Italic goddess, daughter of Faunus and wife of Vulcan. Associated spellings/words: Maia, May."

MAY - "Definitions: blossoms of the hawthorn XVI. Associated spellings/words: mai ['flowers and branches collected to celebrate 1 May, from the name of the month]. Associated spellings/words: Maius."

Maia - "Definitions: the eldest of the Pleiades; the mother by Zeus of Hermes; mother; nurse." (Greek Mythology)

mahya - "Definitions: monthly (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: mangh, mah ['moon, month']."

Maioo - "A colony near Nubia in Egypt reportedly settled about 15,000 years ago by Nagas from India." (Based on: Col. James Churchward)

mix - "Definitions: cloud." (Aztec)

mees-e - "Definitions: reindeer." (Lappish)

mizu - "Definitions: water." (Japanese)

missuk - "Definitions: dew." (Eskimo)

Mises - "Definitions: The Syrian Moses."

mishnah - "Definitions: repetition, instruction, teaching, study; the mishna is reportedly composed of six main divisions or orders: Zeraim [seeds], Moed [Appointed Times or Festivals], Nashim [women], Nezikin [Damages], Kodashim [Holy Things], and Toharot [Purifications] (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: snh ['to repeat'] (Hebrew)."

miasma - "Definitions: noxious exhalation; defilement, pollution; Greek word for the effect of a mother's curse. Associated spellings/words: maiinein ['pollute']; miaino ['stained, polluted'] (Greek)."

Misar - "According to a tablet found in Maycarne [Crete], Misar was the son of Thoth, the god of history."

MISLEAD - "Definitions: lead in a wrong direction or into error."

Mish-coatl - "Definitions: Aztec goddess of hunting."

MISGUIDED - "Definitions: mistaken, uninformed, or deceived."

MIST - "Definitions: dimness, darkness, obscurity; vapour or water (Anglo Saxon). Associated spellings/words: mistr, miggelen ['drizzle']; migla ['mist']; megha ['cloud']."

myazda - "Definitions: sacred offering, sacred food." (Avestan)

mizhda - "Definitions: reward, compensation (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: mizhdem."

min - "Definitions: fish; star." (Proto-Dravidian) *Link: http://ancientscripts.com/indus.html

min [i2] - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent a sprouting plant. General meanings include: people, public; civilian, private." (Chinese)

min [i3] - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent a serving vessel. General meanings include: plate, saucer." (Chinese)

min [i3] - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent a tadpole." (Chinese)

min - "Definitions: is not, to be not (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: myen ['to be closed [of the eyes or lips'] (Greek); mian ['hidden'] (Chinese)."

myn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'kind' [Genesis 1:11]; 'of the' [Genesis 2:7]; 'and out' [Genesis 2:9]. Associated spellings/words: mn ['from']; m ['from, of']; mnh ['number, numbered']; minyan ['number'] (Hebrew)."

mayn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'fountains' [Genesis 8:2], [1 Kings 18:5], [Proverbs 8:24], [Isaiah 41:18]; 'fountain' [Leviticus 11:36], [Psalm 74:15; 114:8], [Proverbs 25:26], [Song of Solomon 4:12, 15], [Hosea 13:15], [Joel 3:18]; 'well' [Joshua 18:15]; 'wells' [2 Kings 3:19], [Isaiah 12:3]; 'springs' [Psalm 87:7; 104:10]. Associated spellings/words: maynt, maynvt."

mian [a2] - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent a hut, or roof." (Chinese)

mian - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent a person behind an object. General meanings include: hidden." (Chinese)

MEAN - "Definitions: have in mind, intend; common to two or more; middle point. Associated spellings/words: menen."

MINE - "Definitions: a possessive pronoun; dig in the earth for ore."

mein - "Definitions: my (German). Associated spellings/words: Mein Mann ['my husband']."

Mayon - "Definitions: the Tamil name for Vishnu, or Lord Narayana."
*Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayyavazhi_mythology

minyan - "Definitions: number." (Hebrew)

maynvt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'fountains' [Genesis 7:11], [Proverbs 8:24]. Associated spellings/words: mayn."

mian zi - "Definitions: save face." (Chinese) Minis Tirith - "Definitions: Tower of Guard."
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_MQ.html - [T.D. - 12/23/07]

Mya-nan-med - "Definitions: The Sorrowless State; Nirvana." (Tibetan)

Mye-nmo - "Definitions: Mount Meru." (Burmese)

MINOR - "Definitions: less in size, importance, or value. Associated spellings/words: menour; minorem; minuere; minuthein, meion ['less']."

minaret - "Definitions: lighthouse (Arabic). Formed on base of nur ['light']."

ming [i2] - "Definitions: liu [i4] ('six') + ri [i4] ('sun') + jiong [i3] ('ideograph repre- senting outer limits') - phonetic. General meanings include: dark, obscure, deep, profound." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/173/x223.htm

ming [i2] - "Definitions: mu [u4] ('eye') + ming [i2] ('dark') - phonetic. General meanings include: close the eyes." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/189/x80.htm

ming [i2] - "Definitions: kou [o3] ('mouth') + xi [i2] ('pictograph of crescent moon; evening, dusk'). General meanings include: mouthed in the dark of evening to identify; name, fame, famous, well-known, measure word for people. Associated spellings/words: mingci [i2i2] " (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/166/x87.htm

ming [i2] - "Definitions: ming [i2] ('name') + jin [i1] ('metal'). General meanings include: name in metal, inscription." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/187/x202.htm

ming [i2] - "Definitions: ri [i4] ('sun') + yue [e4] ('moon') - early form shows window + moon. General meanings include: bright, light, clear, evident, understand, know. Associated spellings/words: mingbai [i2a2] (v. 'understand, realize'). Sentences: ming [i2] bai [a2] le: ('I see!'); wo [o3] bu [u4] mingbai [i2a2]: ('I don't understand.')" (Chinese)
*Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/169/x250.htm

ming [i2] - "Definitions: kou [o3] ('mouth') + niao [a3] ('bird with long tail feathers'). General meanings include: mouthing by birds, chirp, sing." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/187/x239.htm

ming [i4] - "Definitions: kou [o3] ('mouth') + ling [i4] ('decree'). General meanings include: order, command, life, fate, destiny." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/169/x82.htm

ming - "Definitions: word, name (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: ming po ['brother']."

ma yeng - "Definitions: not agitated, not flowing, undisturbed." (Tibetan)

Ming Yi - "Name for an ideograph showing ming [a sun on the left and a moon on the right] surmounting yi [a big man and a bow]. General meanings include: darkening of the Light; Injury; Brilliance Injured; 36th hexagram: earth above, fire below." (I Ching)

mingzi [i2] - "Definitions: kou [o3] ('mouth') + xi [i4 & i1] - ('pictograph of a crescent moon; evening, dusk') + zi [i4] ('children under a roof, love, care for; character, lolograph, letter; name given to a young man upon coming of age'). General meanings include: name (of a person or thing), given name." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/166/x87.htm

mingnian [1i2a2] - "Definitions: ri [i4] ('sun') & yue [e4] ('moon') - early form shows window and moon + nian [a2] ('thousands of grains'). General meanings include: year." (Chinese) *Link: http://www.zhongwen.com/

mingmen [e2] - "Definitions: life-gate; an acupuncture point in the lower back." (Chinese)

mingci [i2i2] - "Definitions: ming [i2] ('mouthed in the dark of evening; to identify; name') + ci [i2] ('words managing; speech, statement, part of speech'). General meanings include: noun." (Chinese)

mingtian [1i2a1] - "Definitions: ri [i4] ('sun') & yue [e4] ('moon') - early form shows window and moon + tian [a1] ('the expanse above humans; heaven'). General meanings include: tomorrow." (Chinese) *Link: http://www.zhongwen.com/

ming po - "Definitions: brother." (Tibetan)

MIND - "Definitions: memory; thought; purpose, intention. Associated spellings/words: munde, imund, gemynd, gimunt, gamunds."

Mindook - "Tibetan name for the constellation of seven stars commomly known as Pleiades."

maym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'fountains' [Genesis 7:11]. Other definitions include: pair of waters [mayim]. Associated spellings/words: mayan."

mi min - "Definitions: a group of gods or demons, the non human ones." (Tibetan)

mimnesko - "Definitions: to recall, remember (Greek). Associated spellings/words: mnemoneuo ['to remember, to mention']; anamimnesko ['to remind']; hypomimnesko ['to remind']. (Greek)

mimeomai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'follow' [2 Thessalonians 3:7, 9], [Hebrews 13:7], [3 John 1:11]. Associated spellings/words: mimohmia."

mimamsa - "Definitions: inquisition; system; proper name of one darsana." (Hindu)

Mimir - "Gigantic god of the primeval ocean or the open sea; fount of wisdom and memory. Associated spellings/words: Mimir's Well ['the place where, for a drink, Odin sacrificed one of his eyes'] (Norse Mythology)

mimpi - "Definitions: dream." (Indonesian)

mimetes - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'followers' [1 Corinthians 4:16, etc.]. Other definitions include: imitate. Associated spellings/words: mimhths."

mel - "Definitions: time, hour, season." (Gaelic)

mir - "Definitions: piece of meat (Old Irish). Associated spellings/words: mere ['horse'] (Old English); merr, marr."

Mehr - "Definitions: 'the reflection of being' (See: link entry for Ab-e-Hayat)"
*Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/a-adh.htm - [T.D. - 05/24/08]

meli - "Definitions: honey." (Greek)

mile - "Definitions: Roman measure of 1,000 paces; 1,618 yards; 1,760 yards; one thousand. Associated spellings/words: mille."

Meru - "The mountain at the center of the earth where the gods dwell. Chief of the mountains; The Great Central Mountain round which the cosmos is disposed in seven concentric circles of intervening seas and mountains. Associated spellings/words: Mye-nmo (Hindu Mythology); Sumeru."

miru - "Definitions: peace agreement; community agreement." (Slavic)

mirus - "Definitions: wonderful." (Latin)

miloschka - "Definitions: very sweet one." (Russian)

mi'raj - "Literally, an ascent: Mohammed's night journey to paradise, believed by many to have been merely a vision." (Arabic)

millet - "Definitions: nation. Associated spellings/words: ethnos."

milpa - "Definitions: family farm." (Mayan)

Myrddin - "Welsh name for Merlin the magician."

mig - "Definitions: eye." (Tibetan)

mic - "Definitions: die (Aztec). Associated spellings/words: miqu."

mica - "Definitions: grain, crumb; mica can be easily split into thin transparent sheets and is used where it is necessary to have something transparent that won't burn or melt (Latin). Associated spellings/words: micare ['to shine']."

miko - "Definitions: priestess." (Old Japanese)

mikku - "Definitions: drum." (Sumerian)

Mi-kyod-pa - "Definitions: The Unshakeable One, the Dhyani Buddha of the Eastern Direction (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: Mi-bskyod-pa; Akshobhya."

miksa - "Definitions: between (Eskimo). Associated spellings/words: miksani."

MIGRA /r - "Definitions: wander. Associated spellings/words: migrare (Latin)."

migla - "Definitions: mist." (Old Slavonic)

MICRO /r - "Definitions: small, minute. Associated spellings/words: mikros (Greek)."

MICROCOSM - "Definitions: small world."

mi'gag - "Definitions: unobstructed (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: mi kung (Zhang-Zhung)."

mid - "Definitions: a large fish; swallow." (Tibetan)

mead - "Definitions: drink made by fermenting a mixture of honey with water. Associated spellings/words: mede, metu, mitu, mjoor; midha ['reward'] (Sanskrit)."

MISS /r - "Definitions: send. Associated spellings/words: missus, missio (Latin); mis ['amiss']."

MISS - "Definitions: fail to hit or reach; fail to attain; discover the abscence of; loss. Associated spellings/words: missan; missen; missa; mitha; mite; methati; mutare; maidjan."

MISS - "Definitions: kept mistress; title prefixed to the name of an unmarried woman."

Meath - "Definitions: name for a central ['middle'] province in Ireland."

mithya - "Definitions: futility; false."

meteoron - "Definitions: heavenly phenomena." (Greek)

Metis - Definitions: An Oceanid, and mother of Athena." (Greek Mythology)

Midas - "The ass-eared king and son of Cybele, who died from drinking bull's blood."

mitos - "Definitions: thread (Greek). Associated spellings/words: mitosis ['the process of cell division']."

meatus - "Definitions: passage, course; a tunnel or canal found in a bone. Example: the canal in the skull that extends from the external ear to the eardrum. Associated spellings/ words: meare ['go, pass'] (Latin)."

Meduseld - "Definitions: Mead hall, Golden hall." (Anglo-Saxon)
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_MQ.html - [T.D. - 12/23/07]

mithuna - "Definitions: copulation; pair; astronomically, Gemini; the amorous male amd female couples in a Buddhist sculpture usually found at the entrance to a sacred building. The mithuna symbolize the harmony and fertility of life." (Hindu)

metanoia - "Definitions: change of mind." (Hebrew)

MEDIUM - "Definitions: middle degree or position."

MEDIAL - "Definitions: mean; that is in the middle; toward the midline of the body; ordinary. Associated spellings/words: medialis, medius ['mid'] (Latin); median (French); medianus (Latin)."

METER /r - "Definition: measure, measurer. Associated spellings/words: metrum; metron."

mitra - "Definitions: friend, friendship; along with Varuna, he was one of the major Adityas (Vedic). Associated spellings/words: mitram."

Mithra - "Definitions: covenant, contract, promise, agreement, friend, friendship, commitment; 7th month of the year; Persian savior, whose cult was the leading rival of Christian- ity in Rome. Mythology: Mithra was born on the 25th of December, called Birthday of the Unconquered Sun. (Persian). Associated spellings/words: mihr ['loving kindness, friendship'], mehr."

mithril - "Definitions: truesilver, glittering grey, silvery metal."
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_MQ.html - [T.D. - 12/23/07]

Mithras - "Definitions: the god of covenants and contracts; the rising sun, the sun of the pre-noon day." (Iranian)

midrash - "Definitions: rabbinical commentary dealing in the main with the Biblical books, an extension of the oral law." Middle English - "Refering to the time-span from 1100 to 1500 A.D."


Mu - "The Empire of the Sun; reportedly, the name for a large continent colonized over 70,000 years B.C. that supported over 60 million inhabitants in the Pacific Ocean. It was believed to have consisted of ten distinct tribes, or peoples all under one government. Around 10,000 B.C. nearly the entire continent was claimed to have fallen into the Pacific Ocean; Mu's 1st colony in North America was reportedly established at Mexico over 50, 000 yrs. B.C. Associated spellings/words: Lemuria; Kuiland."

Mu [M] - "Twelfth letter in the Greek alphabet. The capital form is the same as the English M. The small form is written like a small u-like shape with a small appendage at the lower left side. Reported meanings for M include: trees; cosmic axis; fixity & stability; enclosure & protection; enclosing cycle; the older 13th letter; number 40."

mu - "(mwd) mu - m. (only L. ; cf. %{mU}) a bond; N. of S3iva; final emancipation; a funeral pile or pyre; a reddish-brown or tawny colour." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/scans/MWScan/tamil/index.html

mu - "Definitions: extreme, edge, border; boundary, limit, end." (Tibetan)

mu [u3] - "Name for a pictograph showing a standing rectangle shape with three equal sections [resembling a ladder-like shape]. General meanings include: eye; category." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/165/x216.htm

mu [u4] - "Name for a pictograph showing a standing rectangle shape with three equal sections (resembling a ladder-like shape). General meanings include: eye; category." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/165/x216.htm

mu [u4] - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent a tree. General meanings include: tree; wood." (Chinese)

mu - "Name for a pictograph composed of jiu [unchanging], tian [a field], and an altered form of shi [a cross shape; ten]. General meanings include: unchanging measurement of a field by ten; 1/15 of a hectare." (Chinese)

mu - "Name for an ideograph showing hand [you] reaching into swirling [hui] waters. General meanings include: immerse." (Chinese). Associated spellings/words: mu ['nothing'] (Japanese); mu ['The no-mind state']; mamu ['ghost'] (Basque)."

mo - "Name for an ideograph showing dai [death] and mu [immerse]. General meanings include: die." (Chinese)

mo - "Definitions: no, not." (Hakka)

muu - "Egyptian funerary dancers who wore vulture feathers to impersonate Mut, or Nekhbet, eater of the dead."

mou - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'I' & 'me' [Mark 1:7]."

mew - "Definitions: sea-gull (Old English). Associated spellings/words: maeu, meu, mewe, meeuw."

mue - "Definitions: stable or cage (Old English). Associated spellings/words: maga ['maw, stomach, powerful'] (Anglo-Saxon) *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_MQ.html - [T.D. - 12/23/07]

Mawu - "The Great God of the Dahomeans, conceived as the creator of the world and mother of the gods. Associated spellings/words: Mawu Lisa ['the androgynous Creator, parent of all gods'] (Fon)."

moh - "Definitions: attachment; worldly attachments or entanglements; one of the five deadly passions (lust, anger, greed, attachment, ego) [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 461] (Sanskrit). Other definitions include: delusion. Associated spellings/words: moha, mohah."

moi - "Definitions: not, never (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: ma."

moi - "Definitions: my." (Greek) muy - "Definitions: very." (Spanish)

Moai - "Name for huge stone carved figures [monoliths] that dot the coastline of Easter Island."

moyi - "Definitions: king, queen (Hawaiian). Associated spellings/words: moyolelo ['story'] (Hawaiian)."

Maui - "Best known Polynesian hero and trickster who did many things to help humankind."

moi-e - "Definitions: daughter." (Hakka)

Mohini - "Definitions: The Enchantress, a Vedic nymph whose white bowl or belly-cauldron was said to be the source of Soma, the god's elixir of immortality."

Muinane - "Definitions: South American Indian term for 'people of the past'." (Witoto Mythology)

Muyingwa - "Male maize spirit of the Hopi underworld; father of the underworld; a germ god responsible for the seeds germinating (Native American). Associated spellings/ words: Muy'ingwa."

Muyalakan - "Definitions: Tamil name for Sanskrit Apasmara." *Links: http://davidgodman.org/asaints/gurunam3.shtml

mos - "Definitions: motivation, interest." (Tibetan)

muse - "Definitions: a goddess inspiring learning and the arts; a poet's inspiring goddess; to think, meditate (Greek). Associated spellings/words: musa, mousa."

Mouse - "Year of the Mouse, 1st of the twelve-year cycles in the Chinese calendar. Associated spellings/words: Iron-Mouse Year [1900 A.D. - the thirty-fourth of the cycle of sixty years]."

moos-e - "Definitions: deer." (Algonquin)

Mwezi - "Reportedly, a name for the ancient rulers of the Tutsi tribe." (African)

moshu - "Definitions: hastily." (Avestan)

Moses - "Reportedly, he was drawn by Pharaoh's daughter from a floating basket on the river Nile: And she called his name Moses, and said: 'Because I drew him out of the water.' [Exodus 2:10]. Other definitions include: mo ['water'] + uses ['saved from']. Associated spellings/words: msh; Osarsiph."

Muses - "Definitions: the nine [originally three - Melete (meditation), Mneme (memory), and Aoede (song)] daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne [memory], who presided over poetry and music; the classical Muses were: Clio [history], Calliope [heroic poetry], Terpsichore [dance], Melpomene [tragedy], Erato [erotic poetry], Euterpe [flute accompaniments], Polyhymnia [sacred songs], and Urania [the Celestial Aphrodite of the plane of fixed stars]." (Greek Mythology)

mushen - "Definitions: bird." (Sumerian)

mu shin - "Definitions: empty [mu] mind [shin]; receptivity; empty cup." (Japanese)

mouseion - "Definitions: seat of the muses." (Greek)

museum - "Definitions: library, study." (Latin)

mvsr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'chastisement' [Deuteronomy 11:2, etc.]. Other definitions include: discipline, instruction, chastening, bond, check, correction, doctrine, rebuker. Associated spellings/words: musar, moosawr; mvsr, mosare ['bands, bonds']; ysr, yasar ['to discipline, to chastise, to instruct'] (Hebrew); paideia ['to bring up, or train, to discipline'] (Greek)."

mvsr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'bands' [Job 39:5, etc]. Other definitions include: bonds. Associated spellings/words: mosare."

moshel - "Definitions: tyrant, dictator; absolute ruler who is in no way affected by his subjects (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: msl ['rule, ruleth']."

Meushar - "Definitions: 'to be happy'." [(Hebrew)

Muslim - "Literally, one who surrenders." (Arabic)

MUSIC - "Definitions: art of combining sounds in a certain order for aesthetic effect, vocal or instrumental sounds. Associated spellings/words: musique; musica; mousike. mousikos ['Pertaining to a Muse or the Muses, concerning the arts.'] (Greek); mousa ['muse']." muzhik - "Russian peasant. Associated spellings/words: moujik, mousick, musick."

mosque - "Definitions: holy building, an Islamic place of worship. Associated spellings/words: masjid, musalla."

MUSCLE - "Contractile fibrous bundle producing movement in an animal body. Muscular tissues are composed of specialized cells capable of contracting, and thereby decreasing in length. These tissues move the skeleton, propel the blood throughout the body, and aid in digestion by moving food through the digestive tract. Three types of muscle tissues include: skeletal, cardiac, and visceral. Each type is derived from embryonic mesoderm. Associated spellings/words: musculus, mus ['mouse']."

mvsd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'foundations' [Deuteronomy 32:22], [Psalm 82:5], [Proverbs 8:29]. Associated spellings/words: mosawd."

most - "Definitions: bridge." (Russian)

MUST - "Definitions: unfermented juice of the grape. Associated spellings/words: mustum, mustus ['new, new-born'] (Latin)."

MUST - "Definitions: is obliged or required to. Associated spellings/words: moste, mot ['am permitted or obliged, may, must; muot; moet; muoz ['find room or opportunity, may, must'] (OHG); muss; gamot ['(it) has room'] (Gothic); mote; muoza; musse ['leisure'] (German)."

MUST - "Definitions: mustiness, mould." mozda - "Definitions: maybe." (Bosnian)

mussito - "Definitions: to grumble, mutter." (Latin)

mustes - "Definitions: initiated person." (Greek)

muster - "Definitions: pattern." (German)

MYSTERY - "Definitions: religious truth or doctrine; hidden or secret thing; religious rite; something not understood, puzzling or secret quality or state. Associated spellings/ words: mystere ['miracle play'] (French); mysterium (Latin); musterion ['secret thing or ceremony'] (Greek); mustikos, mustes ['initiated one'] (Greek'); muein ['close (of the eyes, lips)] (Greek); muein ['initiate'] (Greek)."

MYSTERY - "Definitions: occupation, handicraft, art; trade guild or company. Associated spell- ings/words: mysterium, ministerium (Latin), ministry."

mysterion - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'mysteries' [Matthew 13:11], [1 Corinthians 4:1; 13:2; 14:2]; 'mystery' [Mark 4:11], [Romans 11:25; 16:25], [1 Corinthians 2:7; 15:51], [Ephesians 1:9; 3:3, 4, 9; 5:32; 6:19], [Colossians 1:26, 27; 2:2, 7], [1 Timothy 3:9, 16], [Revelation 1:20; 10:7; 17:7]; 'MYSTERY' [Revelation 17:5]. Associated spellings/words: musthrion."

Muspell-heim - "Home of elemental fire, whose frontiers were continually guarded by Surtr, the flame giant." (Norse Mythology)

MYSTIC - "Definitions: spiritually symbolical XIV; occult, enigmatical; pert. to direct communion with God XVII; one who practices mystical communion. Associated spellings/ words: mystique; mysticus; mustikos, mustes ['initiated one'], muein ['close (of eyes, lips); initiate'] (Greek)."

MYSTICISM - "Taking its strength from deficiencies of established religious practice, mysticism can be thought of as an extension and amplification of traditional religious veiws."

Mon - "Bhutan; Mon, a district in Tibet." (Tibetan)

mun - "Definitions: darkness." (Tibetan)

Muan - "Definitions: Mayan calendar month name 15 [17 May - 5 June], Director of the Universe, eagle, blue color."
*Link: http://www.astraltraveler.com/calendars/maya.html [T.D. - 12/25/06]

moon - "Definitions: door." (Korean)

MOON - "Earth's satelite. Reportedly the Babylonians [lunar calendar] divided the month into 7 day periods. The time period from new moon to half-moon is just under 7 1/2 days. Associated spellings/words: mona; mano; maan; mond; mani; mena; mas; mi; Luna (Latin); Selene (Greek); Sin (Babylonian); Nanna (Sumerian)."

muein - "Definitions: close [of the eyes, lips] (Greek). Associated spellings/words: muein ['initiate']; mustikos, mustes ['initiated one'] (Greek)."

moohan - "Definitions: infinity." (Korean)

moana - "Definitions: sea, ocean." (Hawaiian)

muni - "Definitions: a sage who had access to superior knowledge." (Hindu)

munia - "Citizens of ancient Rome owed their governments certain 'gifts,' ex: money, taxes, services, etc. The Latin word for these services or obligations is munia." (Latin)

munus - "Definitions: service, office, function, duty (Latin). Associated spellings/words: muneris ['gift']."

munus - "Definitions: woman." (Sumerian)

monos - "Definitions: alone, only, single." (Greek)

mon shin - "Definitions: asking."

Munin - "Definitions: Memory; One of two ravens perched on the shoulders of Odin." (Norse Mythology)

Monan - "When they were discovered, the Tupinamba Indians of Brazil venerated a series of civilizing or creator heroes. The first of these heroes was Monan ['ancient, old'] who was said to have been the creator of mankind but who then destroyed the world with flood and fire..." (Amazonian Mythology)

Monandaeg - "Definitions: Monday (Anglo-Saxon). Associated spellings/words: Luna ['moon'] (Latin); Lundi (French)."

MONK - "Definitions: member of a religious order living in a monastety. Associated spellings/ words: munuc, munik, munih, munkr, monachus, monakhos, monos ['alone']."

Monkey - "Year of the Monkey, the 9th twelve-year cycle in the Chinese calendar."

monogenhs - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'only begotten' [John 1:14]. Associated spellings/words: monogenes."

mund - "Definitions: mouth." (German) mund - "Definitions: protector, protection." (Old English / Anglo-Saxon).

mund - "Definitions: hand, guardian." (Anglo-Saxon) See: Eomund @
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_DF.html - [T.D. - 12/23/07]

MOUNT - "Definitions: mountain, hill; increase in amount, get up on, put in position, frame or support. Associated spellings/words: mont. Trivia: reportedly, 12,000 - 15,000 yrs. ago, mountains were unknown."

monadh - "Definitions: mountain." (Cornish)

mundus - "Definitions: universe of celestial bodies; world, universe; earth whomb (Latin). Associated spellings/words: mundo."

Montezuma - "The Aztec emperor at the time of the Spanish conquest."

MUNDANE - "Definitions: worldly, earthly; cosmic. Associated spellings/words: mondaine, mondain; mundanus, mundus ['world, (earlier) universe of celestial bodies; personal adornment'] (Latin); kosmos, cosmos."

Mundane Egg - "Definitions: With the Greeks the Orphic Egg is described by Aristophanes, and was part of the Dionysiac and other mysteries, during which the Mundane Egg was consecrated and its significance explained; Porphyry showing it a representation of the world, [....]" (Based on: T.S.D. Vol. I [1999 edition], pp. 359 & 360)

muntras - "Definitions: hand signs, hand gestures." (Sanskrit)

mom - "Definitions: mask (Dutch). Associated spellings/words: momon, mummen."

mavmh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'thing' [Genesis 22:12]; 'nothing' [Genesis 40:15], [Judges 14:6], [1 Kings 10:21, 18:43]; 'nought' [Deuteronomy 13:17]; 'any' [Deuteronomy 24:10]; 'no fault' [1 Samuel 29:3]; 'somewhat' [2 Kings 5:20]. Associated spellings/words: maeuwath."

mumiya - "Definitions: embalmed body (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: mumia."

momu - "Definitions: to massage." (Japanese)

Mummu - "Mythology: along with Apsu ['sweet waters of the rivers; abyss'], and Tiamat ['the 'salt water oceans; the deep'], Mummu ['the Whomb of chaos'] was one of three gods in the Enuma Elish believed to have emerged from the primordial wasteland. Associated spellings/words: Mommu Tiawath ['Primordial Ocean'] (Assyro-Babylonian); Mummu; Nammu; Tiamat."

mummu - "Mummu vizier of primeval gods Apsu, the fresh water, and Tiamat, the salt water.[1] An ancient Sumero-Babylonian craftsman-god, and personification of technical skill. Mummu is also referred to as 'the deep' several times in Mythological Texts. [....] Mummu is a Mesopotamian deity present in the Babylonian creation myth. Sometimes referred to as 'the son of Apsu and Tiamat', Mummu is the third god in the primordial cosmogenous divine trinity. As the third of the first gods Mummu symbolizes the mental world, or logos. Mummu appears also the Sumerian Myth of Zu where Imdugud, whose name is translated as 'flashing wind', steals the Tablets of Destiny but in turn is defeated by Ningirsu. In their battle an arrow in midair is ordered to return to its 'mummu', which in this case meant the shaft's return to the living reed from which it was cut, the guts return to the animal's rump and finally the feathers to the bird's wings. Therefore in a larger magnitude, mummu is detransform- ation, the return to chaos, demanifacturing. Through the Second law of thermodynam- ics, the dissipation of energy from matter and its 'return' to its simplest common denominator, mummu can be understood as Entropy. Towards the middle of the Babylonian creation myth, Ea (a more powerful deity) locks Mummu and Apsu away, reversing the process of degeneration and thus creating the physical world." [Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mummu]

Momos - "Definitions: God of ridicule." (Greek)

mumuztli - "Definitions: altar of the idols (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: moue moue ['sleep'] (Gilbertese); moemoea, moehewa ['dream'] (Maori); momok ['ghost; evil spirit; something causing fear'] (Malay)."

momerpok - "Definitions: dances [Eskimo dance]." (Eskimo)

momak - "Definitions: boy." (Bosnian)

mhvmt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'destruction' [1 Samuel 5:11]. Other definitions include: vexation, vexations, trouble, troubles, tumult, tumults. Associated spellings/words: maehuwmah."

mu med - "Definitions: boundless, limitless." (Tibetan)

Muhammad - "Literally, 'one praised,' the prophet and founder of Islam 570-632 A.D (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: hamida ['praise']."

mumbi - "Definitions: fashioner." (African)

momotzoa - "Definitions: to rub, massage." (Aztec) mur - "4 (mwd) mur - 3 cl. 6. P. %{murati}, to encompass, entwine, bind together Dha1tup. xxviii , 53." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

mur - "Definitions: to the extremity, till the end of (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: morra ['top of the head'] (French, Spanish)."

Mol - "Definitions: Mayan calendar month name 8 [29 Dec - 17 Jan], Red color, paw of the jaguar, pampered, surrounded by all the planets." *Link: http://www.astraltraveler.com/calendars/maya.html [T.D. - 12/25/06]

mul - "Definitions: star." (Sumerian) mul - "Definitions: root (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: mula, mulam ['root, basis, foundation'] (Sanskrit); mula ['beginning; to begin']; mulai ['to start'] (Malay)."

mvl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'circumsized' [Genesis 17:10]; 'must needs' [Genesis 17:13]. Associated spellings/words: muwl; nml ['circumsize']."

muir - "Pertaining to the sea (Irish). Associated spellings/words: mor, more."

moor - "Definitions: tract of unenclosed waste ground; marsh; mountain; a native of Mauretania; custom. Associated spellings/words: mor."

mool - "Definitions: water." (Korean)

mole - "Definitions: small burrowing mammal. Associated spellings/words: mol, mul."

mole - "Definitions: discolored spot; spot or blemish on the human skin. Associated spellings/ words: mel, meil."

mura - "6 (mwd) mura - 1 n. encompassing, surrounding L. ; (%{A}) f. see 2. %{mura}." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

mvra - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'fear' [Genesis 9:1]. Associated spellings/words: mowra, moraw."

mula - "Definitions: root (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: mulam ['root, basis, foundation'] (Sanskrit); mula ['beginning; to begin']; mulai ['to start'] (Malay)."

muhle - "Definitions: mill." (German)

mullah - "Among the Shi'ites a scholar of the religious law [Sharia]." (Arabic)

Moerae - "A Greek term for The Three Fates: Clotho [the Spinner], Lachesis [the Measurer], and Atropos [the Cutter of life's thread]; a lot; allotted fate (Greek). Associated spellings/words: Moera, Moirai."

Maori - "Land of the Native People; Ma-Uri [Children of Heaven], a composition of many Iwi [tribes], Hapu [subtribes], and Whanau units; the older name for New Zealand." (Polynesian)

mvryh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Moriah' [Genesis 22:2], [2 Chronicles 3:1]."

moria - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'defiled' [1 Corinthians 1:18, 22, 23; 2:14; 3:19]. Associated spellings/words: mwria." Moria - "Definitions: Black chasm."
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_MQ.html - [T.D. - 12/23/07]

muria - "Definitions: brine." (Latin)

murios - "Definitions: countless, innumerable. Associated spellings/words: murioi ['ten thousand'] (Greek); myrias, muriad, myriad."

Mauryan - "Indian (Hindu) dynasty [321-185 B.C.] founded by Chandragupta Maurya."

molim - "Definitions: please." (Bosnian)

mulier - "Definitions: wife, woman (Latin, Portuguese). Associated spellings/words: minha mulier ['my wife, my woman']."

mulu - "Definitions: gift, present." (Etruscan)

moros - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'fool' [Matthew 5:22, etc.]. Other definitions include: fools, foolish, foolishness, stupid. Associated spellings/words: mwros; mwria, moria ['foolishness']; moron."

molon - "Definitions: float." (Aztec)

molyno - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'defiled' [1 Corinthians 8:7], [Revelation 3:4, 14:4]. Other definitions include: to contaminate. Associated spellings/words: molunw."

mulungu - "Definitions: creator; a widely spread name for the creator god in eastern Africa." (African Mythology)

Muluc - "Definitions: raindrop, water, signs, signals, awareness, self-remembrance, Godseed, lotus, nine, modulation, beacon of consciousness, 9th day name (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: Muluc [8th day] (Yucatec); Toj [8th day] (Quiche)."

muruku - 1 (otl) muruku 01 1. tenderness, tender age; youth; 2. skanda; 3. fragrance; 4. beauty; 5. divinity, god; 6. dancing while under possession by skanda; 7. sacrificial feast; 8. festival; 9. flower-salver; 10. honey; 11. toddy; 12. sour lime; 13. elevation, height; 14. eagle-wood; 15. a poem in pattu-p-pa1t2t2u; 16. fuel" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Murugan - "Archaeological findings of pottery and relics in several places in Tamil Nadu, particularly in Adichanallur had ideographic inscriptions of this name and show signs that Murugan worship was prevalent at least as early as 10th century B.C, if not earlier.[5] Lord Murukan is also associated with Ahmuvan, an Indus Valley Deity. [....]" [Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murugan] *Reference Links: http://murugan.org/research/valluvan3.htm

Murukan - "Definitions: Lord of hills, a Tamil name for the god known generally throughout Hindu India as Shiva's son. Associated spellings/words: Kumara."

murshid - "Definitions: Sufi term for Master. Associated spellings/words mursheed."

mawalana - "Definitions: our master." (Sufi)

Morannon - "Definitions: Black gate."
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_MQ.html - [T.D. - 12/23/07]

muram - "Definition: depressed, depressing." (Indonesian)

Muharram - "Definitions: the first lunar month of the Arabian year."

MURMUR - "Definitions: subdued continuous sound; inarticulate complaining; softly spoken words. Associated spellings/words: murmur ['rumbling noise']; murmelen ['burble']."

Muramura - "A name for 'ancestors' among the Dieri tribe." (Australian Aboriginal Myth)

MORAL - "Definitions: pertaining to character or conduct; relating to principles of right and wrong. Associated spellings/words: moralis , f. mos, mor- ['custom']; mores ['manners, character']; moral lesson; moral habits; moral, morale, morals ['disposition and spirat as of troops']."

MURAL - "Definitions: relating to a wall; wall-painting. Associated spellings/words: muralis, murus ['wall'] (Latin)."

molere - "Definitions; to grind." (Latin)

moirologhia - "Definitions: laments for the dead." (Greek)

murk - "Definitions: darkness. Associated spellings/words: mirk, myrkr, mirki."

mulch - "Definitions: half rotten straw; soft. Associated spellings/words: mulsh, meish, mollig."

molic - "Definitions: elbow." (Aztec)

Molech - "Definitions: Tyrian fire god; his name meant king, like the Semitic melek or melkart; Molech was worshipped by the Jews in the time of Solomon whose famous temple was actually built by the king of Tyre."

muracai - "wife of Kubera" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Morrigan - "Definitions: 'Great Queen,' 'Phantom Queen,' etc." (Celtic)
*Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morr%C3%ADgan#Etymology [T.D. - 02/24/07]

Morgan Le Fay - "Definitions: Celtic death-goddess: Morgan the Fate, or Fata Morgana. Associated spellings/words: Morrigan ['Great Queen']." Morgulduin - "Definitions: *Black magic effluence."
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_MQ.html - [T.D. - 12/23/07]

mul chakra - "Definitions: root [mul] wheel [chakra]; the first chakra, situated near the rectum, that contains four petals. Associated spellings/words: muladhara; guda [rectum] chakra; chardal kanwal ['lotus of four petals']." (Sanskrit)

Mu'allaqat - "Definitions: hanging odes; poetic banners that once hung from the walls of the kaba in Mecca." (Arabic)

mavrt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'lights' [Genesis 1:15]. Other definitions include: luminaries. Associated spellings/words: mart, meorot; vrt, orot ['lights']."

mulad - "Definitions: melencholy, sadness." (Gaelic)

MOULD - "Definitions: friable earth, surface soil; bodily form; pattern or matrix by which a thing is shaped; wooly or fury growth consisting of minute fungi. Associated spellings/ words: molde; moude; ; molta; mold; mulda; myl; mul; mol ['dust'] (M. Dutch)."

MOULT - "Definitions: shed feathers. Associated spellings/words: muten ['change'] (M. Dutch); mutare ['change'] (Latin)."

muhurta - "Definitions: 'moment' (Vedic). Associated spellings/words: muhurtam ('a moment').
*Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-3-X.html

murti - "Definitions: form." (Sanskrit)

MULTI / r - "Definitions: many, much. Associated spellings/words: multus (Latin); MULTIPLE ['several or many']."

morphe - "Definitions: shape." (Greek)

Morpheus - "Definitions: dreams." (Greek)

morbus - "Definitions: disease (Latin). Associated spellings/words: morbidus ['sickly']."

Mordor - "Definitions: *Black Land or Land of Shadows."
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_MQ.html - [T.D. - 12/23/07]

Muladhara - "Definitions: the 'root-support' of the median nerve situated in the perineum of the human body." (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: 1st of the psychic centers [chakras]."

Mordred - "Definitions: the Killer, who was a son, a uterine nephew, a supplanter, and Oedipal rival of King Arthur."

murduac - "Definitions: mermaid." (Irish)

Mulaprakriti - "Definitions: '... the primordial substance, which is the basis of the Upadhi or vehicle of every phenomenon, whether physical, mental, or psychic. It is the source from which Akasa radiates. (Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, T.S.D., Vol. 1). Other definitions include: unevolved."

mortgage - "Definitions: death-pledge; conveyance of property by a debtor to a creditor as security for a debt." (Latin)

mvldt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'nativity' [Genesis 11:28]; 'kindred' [Genesis 24:4]. Other definitions include: begotten, relatives, ancestors, birthplace. Associated spellings/words: moledet, mowledeth." muc - "3 (mwd) - 3 mfn. freeing or delivering from (see %{aMho-m-}); letting go or letting fall, dropping, discharging, shooting, sending (see %{jala-}, %{parNa-}, %{sAyaka-m-} &c.); f. deliverance (see %{a-mu4c})." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

muc - "Definitions: to bind." (Pali)

mug - "Definitions: vulva." (Sumerian)

muka - "Definitions: dumb, silent (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: muka ['face'] (Indonesian)."

mukah - "Definitions: he/she was buried (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: mughadh ['destruction'] (Gaelic); Mujahidin ['holy warriors'] (Sufi)."

moicheia - "Definitions: adultery (Greek). Associated spellings/words: porneia ['prostitution']." (Greek)

mugi - "Definitions: swath, crowd." (of unkn. orig.) mUcai - "8 (otl) mUcai - 1. crucible; 2. earthen mould for casting molten metal" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Mokee - "Definitions: the Hopi word for dead." (Native American)

mugio - "Definitions: to groan, bellow, roar, low." (Latin)

moku - "Definitions: tree, wood." (Japanese)

mucho - "Definitions: much." (Spanish)

moksa - "Definitions: minister." (Korean)

moksha - "Definitions: to free, release, liberate, liberation, liberation from the cycle of transmigration (chaurasi), salvation (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: moks."

mu'jizat - "Definitions: miracles." (Arabic)

mokusatsu - "Definitions: withold comment, have no comment; ignore." (Japanese)

muqin - "Definitions: mother." (Chinese)

Mu Gong - "Definitions: Chinese Taoist god of immortality and Lord of the East."

Mukam-I-Haq - "Definitions: The abode of Truth; the First Grand Division in creation, a purely spiritual region with spirituality reigning in its entirety and so externally the same, beyond the sway of Dissolution and Grand Dissolution. Associated spellings/words: Maqam-I-Haq; Sach Khand." (Based on: http://www.ruhanisatsangusa.org/gloss.htm)

mujer - "Definitions: wife, woman (Spanish). Associated spellings/words: mi mujer ['my wife, my woman']."

mucal - "13 (otl) mucal - 02 1. gourd; 2. a plant" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

mUcal - "14 (otl) mUcal - 1. swarming, thronging; 2. death; 3. being spoiled" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

mukura - "Definitions: mirror." (Sanskrit)

moglie - "Definitions: wife, woman (Italian). Associated spellings/words: mia moglie ['my wife, my husband']."

Mukuru - "Definitions: the ancestral god and creator of the Herero bushmen of Namibia." (African Mythology)

muhajirun - "Definitions: emigrants, those who made the migration [hijra] with Muhammad." (Arabic)

Muqarnas - "Definitions: 'stalactites'."

mukarrib - "Definitions: Title for Sheban priests. Associated spellings/words: muqarribin ['close kindred'] (Arabic)."

mukta - "Definitions: one who is liberated." (Sanskrit)

mukti - "Definitions: liberation; final emancipation from the tie of karma, freedom from material consciousness." (Sanskrit)

mochthos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'painfulness' [2 Corinthians 11:27]; 'travail' [1 Thessalonians 2:9, 3:8]. Other definitions include: hardship, extreme exertion. Associated spellings/words: moxthos."

MOB /r - "Definitions: move. Associated spellings/words: mobilis (Latin); MOBILIZE ['put into movement']."

Mot - "Definitions: Canaanite god representing Death or Sterility. Like the harvested grain, he was cut with a sickle, beaten with a flail, ground in a mill, and scattered in pieces over the fields by his Goddess, Anat [Anatha]. Associated spellings/words: Tammuz." mot - "Definitions: shake, shaken." (Hebrew)

mvt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'surely' & 'die' [Genesis 2:17]; 'dead' [Genesis 23:4]; 'deadly' [1 Samuel 5:11]; 'slew' [1 Kings 2:34]. Other defin- itions include; died, dieth, slay, kill, killed. Associated spellings/words: mut, mot; mt; maveth."

Mut - "Definitions: Female consort of Amen Ra. Her color was warm, flesh colored red; the Mother; archaic name for the Egyptian Goddess as a trinity. Mythology: The first of Mut's tree heads was the Virgin Maat, wearing the plumes of Truth. The second was Hathor, Mother of the World, wearing the red and white crowns of the Two Lands. The third, painted black and wearing vulture feathers, was Nekhbet, the Crone of Death. Though some said Isis was the oldest deity in the world, others claimed Isis was born along with Osiris from the womb of Mut; hieroglyphs attributed to Mut include: a vulture; a set of three cauldrons. Associated spellings/words: Maut; Aura mooth; myth, myths."

Mot - "Definitions: '[....] Sanchoniathon in his Cosmogony, declares that when the wind (spirit) became enamoured of its own principles (the chaos), an intimate union took place, which connection was called pothos, and from this sprang the seed of all. And the chaos knew not its own production, for it was senseless; but from its embrace with the wind was generated Mot, or the ilus (mud).// From this proceeded the spores of creation and the generation of the universe. [....]' [Based on: T.S.D. Vol. I (1999) edition), by H.P. Blavatsky, p. 340]."

MOT /r - "Definitions: move. Associated spellings/words: motus, movere (Latin). Associated spellings/words: MOV-."

Mvab - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'Moab' [Genesis 19:37]; the son of Lot and his firstborn daughter."

MOVE - "Definitions: go or cause to go to another point. Associated spellings/words: motus, mou."

mvth - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'decay' [Leviticus 25:35]; 'course' [Psalm 82:5]; 'fall' [Psalm 140:10]; 'falling down' [Proverbs 25:26]. Other definitions include: slide, moved, slip, slippeth, carried, cast, shaketh. Associated spellings/ words: mowt."

MYTH - "Definitions: n. 1380, in part borrowed through French mythe (1818), and directly from New Latin mythus, from Greek mythos speech, thought, story, myth; and in part probably a back formation from earlier mythology and perhaps mythical. The earlier form mythus, never became established in English but gave way to the popular myth. -mythical adj. 1687, formed in English from Late Latin mythicus legendary, from Greek mythikos, from mythos myth + English -AL(1). -mythological adj. 1614, formed from English mythology + -ical. -mythology n. Before 1420 methologie the exposition or interpretation of myths; later mythologie (about 1450); borrowed through Middle French mythologie, and directly from Late Latin mythologia, from Greek mythologia legendary lore, from mythos myth; for suffix see -LOGY. The meaning of a body of myths, is first recorded in 1781 [Based on: The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology (Copyright 1995), Robert K. Barnhart, p. 497]. n. 1 : legendary narrative explaining a belief or phenomenon 2 : imaginary person or thing -myth-i-cal adj [Based on: Webster's Vest Pocket Dictionary (Copyright 1981), p. 210]. Associated spellings/words: mythus (Latin); muthos (Greek)."

MYTH - "Definitions: symbolical story, revelation of truth in the form of a story, mythical meaning, legend. Associated spellings/words: mythus (Latin); muthos (Greek)."

MUTE - "Definitions: silent, unable to speak. Associated spellings/words: muka ['dumb'] (Sanskrit); mudi ['cemetary'] (Chinese)."

MOAT - "Definitions: ditch surrounding a town, castle, etc.; pond, lake; mound or hill. Associated spellings/words: mote, motte."

mvad - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'seasons' [Genesis 1:14]; 'set time' [Genesis 17:21]. Other definitions include: appointed times or festivals, meeting. Associated spellings/words: mem + vav + ayin + dalet], moed, moad."

MOOD - "Definitions: mind, thought, feeling; state of mind or emotion. Associated spellings/ words: mod, mut."

MODE - "Definitions: tune, melody; mood; measure. Associated spellings/words: mode; modus; mod ['instantly, moment; plenty'] (Tibetan)."

MOUTH - "Definitions: opening through which an animal takes in food. Associated spellings/ words: muo, muth, mund, munnr; muth ['change, alter'] (Gaelic)."

mu'at - "Name for the symbol carried on the crown of Isis; foundation of the throne." (Egyptian)

myopia - "Definitions: short-sightedness. Associated spellings/words: muopia, muops, muein ['shut'] + ops ['eye'](Greek)."

Muti-Hei - "Definitions: silence." (Polynesian) moto - "Definitions: root, source, origin." (Japanese)

mythos - "Definitions: anything delivered by word of mouth, word, speech: as opp. to 'ergon', a mere word, without the deed: a speech II. talk, conversation: also, the subject of conversation, the matter itself. III. advice, a command, order. IV. a purpose, de- sign, plan. V. a tale, story: afterwards, "muthos" was the poetic or legendary tale, as opposed to the historical account. 2.) a tale, story, fable, such as Aesop's fables. [Based on: Liddell & Scott's Greek-English Lexicon 1891 (17th edition), p. 454]

muffula - "Definitions: manipulation (Medieval Latin). Associated spellings/words: camoufler ['to disguise'] (French); camuffare (Italian); camouflet ['snub; earlier, smoke blown in someone's face'] (French)."

Mutspell - "Definitions: Mother's Curse, the Norse idea of the fate that would overtake the world at doomsday, as a result of the Goddess's disgust at the actions of men and gods."

moten - "Definitions: assemble for conversation." (Old English)

MOTION - "Definitions: proposal for action; act or instance of moving. Associated spellings/ words: motio on, movere, motum, motif."

mutana - "Definitions: sarcophagus (Etruscan). Associated spellings/words: mutna."

mudang - "Definitions: female shaman." (Korean)

Mu-Hapi - "Definitions: one of two mountains, between which arose the river Nile." (Egyptian)

mvtr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'rain' [Genesis 2:5]. Other defin- itions include: rained. Associated spellings/words: mutr."

modor - "Definitions: mother." (Old English)

MOTOR - "Definitions: unit that supplies power or motion. Associated spellings/words: movere ['to move']."

Modir - "Definitions: Mother, the Norse Goddess who gave birth to the ruling caste of jarls [earls], or landowners."

mutter - "Definitions: mother." (German)

MUDDLE - "Definitions: make, be, or act confused. Associated spellings/words: modden; mud."

MUTUAL - "Definitions: felt or done by each to the other, respective. Associated spellings/ words: mutuo ['borrowed, lend'] (Latin); mutuus ['a loan; dare mutuum: to make a loan'] (Latin)."

MODULE - "Definitions: standardized unit. Associated spellings/words: modulari ['measure, adjust to rhythm, make melody']; modus ['mode']."

MOTTLE - "Definitions: mark with spots of different color. Associated spellings/words: motley."

muphla - "Definitions: great mystical." (Hebrew)

Mu'tazila - "Definitions: standing aloof, withdrawl." (Arabic)

mudra - "Definitions: seal, sign, stamp; [hand] pose, hand gestures; women; kidney beans." (Sanskrit)

mothers - "Trivia: there are reportedly three letters called 'mothers' in the Hebrew alphabet: Aleph [air], Mem [water], and Shin [fire]." (Hebrew)

Muthalvan - "Definitions: the one who formed first." (Tamil)

MODULATE - "Definitions: keep in proper measure or proportion; vary a radio wave."

mvpt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'wonders' [Exodus 4:21, etc.]. Other definitions include: wonder, miracle, sign. Associated spellings/words: mopet; avt, ot ['sign, miraculous sign']."

MOTIVE - "Definitions: proposition; cause of a person's action."

MODIFY - "Definitions: limit the meaning of, change."

MUTATE - "Definitions: undergo mutation. Associated spellings/words: MUTILATE ['damage seriously']; mutatio ['change, alteration, transformation'] (Latin); muto ['to change, alter / exchange'] (Latin); muto ['punish, fine'] (Latin)."

mudita - "Definitions: rejoicing, sympathetic joy." (Sanskrit)


ms - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'tribute' [Genesis 49:15]; 'taskmasters' [Exodus 1:11]; 'tributaries' [Deuteronomy 20:11]. Other definitions include: levy. Associated spellings/words: mas; asah ['to do, make, accomplish']; ma' aseh."

mas - "Definitions: the lower part, downward." (Tibetan)

mas - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'despise' [Leviticus 26:15]; 'vile person' [Psalm 15:4]. Other definitions include: to reject, to despise, cast away, rejected, cast off, loathe, loathsome, disdained, abhorreth, abhorred, refused, refus- eth, contem, contemeth. Associated spellings/words: mas."

mash - "Definitions: antelope." (Sumerian)

MASH - "Definitions: malt mixed with hot water to form wort; warm food or meal for cattle, etc, pulpy mass. Associated spellings/words: masc; mesch, masch; meisch ['crushed grapes'] (MHG), maisch."

MASS - "Definitions: coherent body of raw material; relatively large body of matter; dense aggregation; solid bulk. Associated spellings/words: masse; massa; maza ['barley cake'] (Greek); massein ['knead']."

MASS - "Definitions: Eucharistic service. Associated spellings/words: maesse, messe; missa, mittere ['send, send away'] (Latin); messa."

MESH - "Definitions: open space or interstice of a network, one of the openings in a net. Associated spellings/words: meish; meash; mash, maesche; maas; masche; masca; max; maescre."

MAZE - "Definitions: stupify, daze; bewilder; delusion, deception; complex network of paths. Associated spellings/words: mased, amased, bimased; amasod."

Msh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Moses' [Exodus 2:10]: And she called his name Moses, and said: 'because I drew him out of the water.' "

msa - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'journeys' [Genesis 13:3]. Associated spellings/words: massah, macca."

Mze - "Definitions: a name for the Sun." (Georgian) *Link: http://www.nineplanets.org/days.html

mash - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'work' [Genesis 5:29], [Exodus 24:10]; 'deeds' [Genesis 20:9]; 'bakemeats' [Genesis 40:17]; 'occupation' [Genesis 46:33]; 'works' [Exodus 5:4]. Other definitions include: labours, art, acts, actions. Associated spellings/words: ma'aseh."

maza - "Definitions: deer." (Aztec)

masa - "Definitions: moon." (Sanskrit)

mesa - "Definitions: 'ram' (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: Aries."

massa - "Definitions: message of judgement, oracle against." (Hebrew)

masya - "Definitions: fish (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: masyo."

mashya - "Definitions: mortal, man (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: mashim."

Mashya & Mashyoi - "Definitions: Persian prototypes of Adam and Eve, the first human couple born together from the womb of Earth, in which the seed of Gayomart, the primal man, had been buried for forty years."

Messias - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'Messias' [John 1:41; 4:25]. Associated spellings/words: Xristos, Christos."

Maasinta - "Definitions: the first Maasai." (African Mythology)

msych - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'anointed' [Leviticus 4:3, 5, 16; 6:22], [1 Samuel 2:10, 35; 12:3, 5; 16:6; 24:6, 10; 26:9, 11, 16; 26:23], [2 Samuel 1:14, 16, 21; 19:21; 22:51; 23:1]; [1 Chronicles 16:22], [2 Chronicles 6:42], [Psalm 2:2; 18:50; 20:6; 28:8; 84:9; 89:38, 51; 105:15; 132:10, 17], [Isaiah 45:1, 7], [Lamentations 4:20], [Habakkuk 3:13]; 'Messiah' [Daniel 9:25, 26]. Associated spellings/words: masiah, Masiah; msch, masah ['to apply oil, anoint']."

messiah - "Definitions: anointed one (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: msych, meshiah; msch ['anoint'] (Hebrew); missio ['a sending.] (Latin)."

Mashu - "Definitions: Twin Peaks, the holy mountain of Akkadian myth into which the sun god daily sank; corresponding to the Bosom of Hathor, Ma-Nu, into which the Egyptian sun sank prior to his rebirth each dawn."

miseo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'hate' [Matthew 5:43, etc.]. Other definitions include: hated, hateth, hating, hateful. Associated spellings/words: mishw."

msvh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'vail' [Exodus 34:33, 34, 35]. Other definitions include: the veil worn over Moses' face. Associated spellings/words: masveh; kalymma (Greek)."

Masewi - "Definitions: One of two brothers whom the universal mother of the Pueblo Indians sent into the world, to place the sun correctly in the sky and to assign people to their clans." (Native American)

Masauwu - "Definitions: Hopi Indian god of death, war, fire, and night." (Native American)

mezuzah - "Definitions: doorpost (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: mezuzot."

masaomai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'gnawed' [Revelation 16:10]. Other definitions include: agony, intolerable pain."

mausoleion - "Definitions: the magnificient tomb of Mausolus, king of Caria, erected 353 B.C. at Halicarnassus by his queen Artemisia and accounted for one of the seven wonders of the world (Greek). Associated spellings/words: mausoleum."

msubh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'turning away' [1 Proverbs 1:32]. Other definitions include: backsliding; disloyalty; faithlessness. Associated spellings/words: mesubah, mashuwbah."

masaz - "Definitions: massage." (Greek)

mazn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'balances' [Leviticus 19:36]; 'balance' [Isaiah 40:15]. Associated spellings/words: mo'zen."

Maznayim - "Definitions: Libra, the Hebrew month of Tishrei."

mzmr - "Definitions: psalm (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: mizmor; zmr, zamar ['to sing praise, to make music']."

mismeret - "Definitions: duty, assignment (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: smr, samar [to keep, to watch']."

msl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'rule' [Genesis 1:18; 3:16; 4:7]; 'dominion' [Judges 14:4]; 'ruleth' [Psalm 103:19]. Other definitions include: ruler, rulest, governor, authority, power, reign. Associated spellings/words: masal, mashal."

msl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'parable' [Numbers 23:7]; 'proverb' [Deuteronomy 28:37]; 'like' [Job 13:12]; 'byword' [Psalm 44:14]. Other definitions include: proverbs. Associated spellings/words: mashal."

mzr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'yielding?' [Genesis 1:11, 12]. Assoc- iated spellings/words: zra ['bearing, yielding, sow, sown, sowed, seed']."

masr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'tithes' [Genesis 14:20]. Other definitions include: tenth. Associated spellings/words: ma'aser."

Misar - "Definitions: the son of Thoth; a Hebrew name for Egypt [MIZR]."

messer - "Definitions: knife." (German)

MEASURE - "Definitions: prescribed or limited extent; action, result, or means of measuring; 'measured' or rhythmic sound or movement. Associated spellings/words: mesure; mensura, f. mens-, pp. stem of metiri ['measure'] (Latin); matra ['measure'] (Sanskrit); metis ['prudence'] (Greek); maeo ['measure, proportion, power, rank, respect (Old English)."

misra - "Definitions: mixed." (Sanskrit)

msalh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'petitions' [Psalm 20:5]; 'desires' [Psalm 37:4]. Other definitions include: a petition, desire. Associated spellings/ words: mis 'alah."

mesarra - "Definitions: myriad offices." (Sumerian)

msch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'anointedst' [Genesis 31:13]; 'anoint' [Exodus 28:41, 29:7, 36; 30:26, 30; 40:9, 10, 11, 13, 15], [Leviticus 16:32], [Judges 9:8, 15], [1 Samuel 9:16, 16:3, 12], [1 Kings 1:34; 19:15, 16], [Isaiah 21:5], [Daniel 9:24], [Amos 6:6]; 'anointed' [Exodus 29:2], [Leviticus 2:4; 6:20; 7:12, 36; 8:10, 11, 12], [Numbers 3:3; 6:15; 7:1, 10, 84, 88; 35:25], [1 Samuel 10:1; 15:1, 7; 16:13], [2 Samuel 2:4, 7; 3:39; 5:3, 17; 12:7; 19:10], [1 Kings 1:39, 45; 5:1], [2 Kings 9:3, 6, 12; 11:12; 23:30], [1 Chronicles 11:3, 14:8; 29:22], [2 Chronicles 22:7; 23:11], [Psalm 45:7; 89:20], [Isaiah 61:1]; 'anointing' [Exodus 29:7, 30:25], 'painted' [Jeremiah 22:14]. Associated spellings/words: mashach."

MASK - "Definitions: covering to conceal the face. Associated spellings/words: masque, maschera."

MESSAGE - "Definitions: news, information, a command sent by one to another."

msqh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'wattered' [Genesis 13:10]; 'butlership' [Genesis 40:21]. Other definitions include: drink, drinking, fat pastures. Associated spellings/words: mashqeh."

mskh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'vail' [Ruth 3:15, etc.]; 'covering' [Isaiah 28:20; 30:1]. Other definitions include: something spread out. Associated spellings/words: massekah."

masku - "Definitions: skin (Akkadian). Associated spellings/words: masku(m)."

masco - "Definitions: masked one; sorceress (French). Associated spellings/words: mascoto ['witchcraft']."

Mskn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'tabernacle' [Exodus 25:9, etc.]; 'dwelling' [1 Chronicles 6:32]; 'habitation' [2 Chronicles 29:6]. Other definitions include: a dwelling place, dwellings, dwelling places, habitations, tents. Associated spellings/words: miskan, mishkan; hykl, hekal ['temple']."

msql - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'weight' [Genesis 24:22]. Associated spellings/words: mishqa."

MAST - "Definitions: long pole set up on the keel of a ship to support the sails. Associated spellings/words: maest; malus ['mast'] (Latin); matan ['club'] (Old Irish)."

Mazat - "Definitions: the god of hunting." (Nicaraguan)

msph - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'Mizpah' [Genesis 31:49]."

msth - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'feast' [Genesis 19:3, etc.]. Other definitions include: feast, feasting, banquet, drink, drank. Associated spellings/words: mishteh."

mazda - "Definitions: to remember." (Iranian)

mazda - "Definitions: Wisdom; Lord of Wisdom (Old Persian). Other definitions include: God; omniscient. Associated spellings/words: Ahura Mazda: 'first father of the Righteous Order, who gave to the sun and stars their path' (Classic Mythology)."

mspva - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'provender' [Genesis 24:25]. Associated spellings/words: mispow."

misthos - "Definitions: wage." (Greek)

Mas d'azil - "In one of the caves at mas d'azil in southern France, as in Spain, Portugal and England, pebbles were found covered with mysterious geometrical signs and decorations partly similar to letters of our alphabet. The French archaeologist Piette dated them as far back as 12000 to 8000 B.C."

mspr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'number' [Genesis 34:30, etc.], [1 Samuel 6:4, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: mispar; spr ['number']."

mesebal - "Associated spellings/words: broom (Quiche Maya)."

mash-atl - "Associated spellings/words: deer (Mexican). Associated spellings/words: mash ['antelope'] (Sumerian)."

mesoderm - "Definitions: embryonic tissue layer located between the ectoderm and the endoderm, which forms the skeleton and the muscles of the body. Associated spellings/words: mesos ['middle'] (Greek)."

mzbch - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'altar' [Genesis 8:20, 12:7, 22:9]. Associated spellings/words: mizbeach; mizbeah; zabach, zabah ['to sacrifice']."

mspchh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'kinds' [Genesis 8:19]; 'families' [Genesis 10:5]. Other definitions include: family, kindred. Associated spellings/ words: mishpachah, mispahah."

mashdagu - "Definitions: first month of the year." (Sumerian)

mastigoo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'scourge' [Matthew 10:17, etc.]. Other definitions include: to whip. Associated spellings/words: mastigow."

mspt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'judgement' [Genesis 18:19]. Other definitions include: decision. Associated spellings/words: mishpat; spth, sapat ['to judge, to govern']; dyn, din ['judge']."

mastaba - "Transliterated spelling for the word/words 'bench'." (Egyptian)

Mesopotamia - "Definitions: between the rivers; an Ancient land between two rivers, 6,000 B.C. (Greek). Associated spellings/words: Armnhrym ['Hebrew word used in the place of 'Mesopotamia' in Genesis 24:10.']; Aram-naharaim."












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