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milonmilónSpn cantaloupeMatahom an milon kun tig-init.Cantaloupe is good on hot days.
milyamílyaEngn mileAn isad na milya subra sa usad na kilometro.One mile exceeds a kilometer.
mimimimîadj cry easilyAn pawikan kun nadadakop dutduton lang an iya bayhon nagatangis kay mimi.If a sea-turtle is-caught just touch his face and he cries because it cries-easily.
mimoryamimóryaSpn memorymamimóryav [c2] MA- pat. memorizeMay namimorya ka ba na birsikulo sa Bibliya?Do you have a memorized verse from the Bible?synsaulo saisip memorizetuom memorize
minamínaEngn mine. Refers only to a place to dig for minerals
minaayominaayón kind waycfayo1
MinasbateMinasbáten Masbatenyo languageNakaintyindi ka sin Minasbate?Do you understand the Masbatenyo-language?magminasbátev [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc. speak MasbatenyoNagaminasbate si Miraflor.Miraflor is-speaking-Masbatenyo.synMasbatenyo 2Masbatenyo language
mingawmíngawCebadj MA- patmamíngawadj lonely, forlorn, isolatedv [c4] MAG-, MA- exp, -ON pat. be homesickMamingaw ini na lugar.This place is isolated.Namimingaw ako san akon mga ginikanan.I am-homesick for my parents.magmíngawv become lonely, become forlornNano kay nagmingaw ka na dida sana na balay?Why did you become-forlorn there in-that house?mingáwonv be homesickDili ka pagamingawon didto sa kanda Tata Manggoy.You will not be-homesick there-distant at Tata Manggoy-and-family's-home.mamingawónadj tends to be homesick, tends to be lonely, prone to be homesick, prone to be lonelyMamingawon ini na bata.This child tends-to-be-homesick.pagkamíngawn loneliness, forlornnessPagkamingaw an dahilan san iya pag-uli.Loneliness-was the cause of his going-home.
ministerminísterpart need, requireMinister ka pa sumatan na maaram ka naman?Do you still need to-be-told when you already know?
minosmínosSpadj reduced, less than, lower thanMinos an prisyo sini na pantalon.The price of-these pants are-reduced.pinakamínosadj lowest, leastAmo ini an pinakaminos na prisyo para sa imo.This is the lowest price for you.magmínosv [c8] 1MAG- exp; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc. decrease, lowerNano kay nagaminos an imo grado?Why is your grade decreasing?2underestimate, misjudge, miscalculateDili ka magminos sin tawo.Do not underestimate a person.
minsaheminsáheSpn message, sermonGinhatag ni Edwin an iya minsahe pinaagi kan Pastor Dadula.Edwin gave his message through Pastor Dadula.pagminsáhen preachingHudok sa buot an iya pagminsahe.His preaching was-sincere.cfbalangibog magminsáhev [c3] MAG- act; -AN goal; PA-..-ON pat; IPA- acc. sermonize, preachSi Pastor Martinez an nagminsahe san Domingo.Pastor Martinez was-the-one-who preached last Sunday.
minsahirominsahíroSpn messengerNano an dara na minsahe san mensahiro?What-was the message brought by-the messenger?magminsahírov [c2] MAG- act; PA-..-ON pat. serve as a messengerNagminsahiro ka sa amon opisina.You served-as-a-messenger in our office.cfminsahe message
minsanmínsanTagadv onceMinsan lang ako niya tinagaan sin kwarta.He gave me money only once.
minsuwalminsuwálSpn installment payment, buying on creditDamo an mabayad mo sa minsuwal.You will-pay a lot by buying-on-credit.synhulug-huloginstallment paymentpagminsuwáln buying by installmentsWara madayon an iya pagminsuwal sin riprihidora.Her buying a refrigerator by-installments was-not carried-out.magminsuwálv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN pat; I- acc. buy on installment planMagaminsuwal ako sin tahian na makina.I will-buy a sewing machine on-an-installment-plan.iminsuwálv use for installment buyingIminsuwal ko anay ini na imo kwarta.I will first use this money of yours to-buy-on-an-installment-plan.minsulánv be bought on installmentsNano na aplians an imo ginminsulan?What appliance did you buy-on-an-installment-plan?
minudinsyaminudínsyaSpn chitterlings, maw, entrailssyntinaschitterlings
minutosminútosSpn minuteDuha na lang ka minutos an nabilin.There-are just two minutes left.
miramíraSpn myrrh. Masbatenyos consider myrrh a drug although it is known only from Bibical storiesAn usad san tulo na hadi nagrigalo kan Jesus sin mira.One of-the three kings gave-a-gift of myrrh to Jesus.
mirasmírasn breadfruitAn miras pwede ihawon.Breadfruit can be-broiled.synkulobreadfruitrimasbreadfruit tree
mirindamiríndan mirinda fruit. Refers to a citrus fruit which is considered a good fruit for making a soft drink
mirkadomirkádoSpn marketMakadto ako sa mirkado.I am-going to-the market.pagmirkádon marketingDinalian an iya pagmirkado.His marketing was-hurriedly-done.paramirkádon marketer, market shopperWara didi an amon paramirkado.Our marketer is not here.magmirkádov [c7] MAG- act; -AN goal; I- acc. go marketing, marketNagamirkado ako kagaina na aga.I was-marketing earlier-this morning.imirkádov use to market withImo na lang imirkado ina na kwarta na ada sa imo.Let that money there with you just be-used by-you now to-go-marketing.
miron Variantmilowild cat
mironmirónn spectatorDamu-damo an miron.There-are-many spectators.syntambong spectatorpagmirónn watchingAn katawuhan na nagtiripon pagmiron nag-uruli.The people who gathered watching returned-home.magmirónv [c7] MAG- act; -AN goal; I- acc. watch, witness a performanceNagmiron kami sa barayli.We watched the dance.imirónv have someone watchImiron anay ini na bata dida sa nagakaranam.First have this child watch there those-who are-playing.syntambong spectator
miryindamiryíndaSpn snack. Refers to a light lunch taken between lunch and supperMaghanda ka sin miryinda.You prepare a snack.
misamísan mass. Refers to the religious ceremony of mass in the Catholic churchNamamatyagan ko ini na pagkahalapit ko sa Ginoo sa misa kun nakakumunyon ako.I was-feeling this closeness of-mine to-the Lord in-the mass when I received-communion.
miserablemiserábleSpadj miserablepinakamiseráblemost miserableKahuna ko na ako an pinakamiserable na tawo sa mundo.I thought that I was-the most-miserable person in-the world.