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magicto teach or give supernatural powermaliv.II.tr
magnoliachipun
maizenhahkan
major in, a subjectyoluworuv.I.intrCollettehchi luhchi onrɔwakashi yoluwor'ɔra.Collette is majoring in French.
make a picture of, tohalav.II.tr
make, tomashuv.I.trWardellku punatarahpani mashuku.Wardell makes stick ball sticks. yav.I.trYa uhktahkish'ɛma Morrisku ɔshkalahpitahkishi yawi.Morris made his moccasins from deerskin. Ihktishuhkihɔhka rɔhpant ushuchilu uhkshe yawi.The mockingbird made its nest near my window.
mallard ducktɔhkat'ɛnTᴐhkat'ɛshi osini ᴐshta uhkkosu.The male mallard's head is green. Supul'ɛma tᴐhkat'ɛsinima sinkshe hushusiti.Mallards put down in their nests. Anas platyrhynchos
Mallard Duck DanceTɔhkat'ɛhipunprop'Ɔkasɛma hotu Tᴐhkat'ɛhipu hip'ᴐnta.All the children danced the Mallard Duck Dance. Bashahchi Jerryku uhkelu. Tᴐhkat'ɛhipu hip'ᴐntahch, uhktapipoti.Basha liked Jerry. While they were dancing the Mallard Duck Dance, she tried to catch him.
mammothtasiwat'ɛnTasiwat'ɛku ɔlakashiku kafi ahak'ihch meli.The mammoth's hair was brown or black. Tasapashi tasiwat'ɛsinima tɔrahkiku kichu palahtasinima wenita.In the north they have found mammoths trapped in the ice. tasiwanTasiwaku uhkni yuru ili uhk'ara.The mammoth had two long tusks.Tasiwaku palawan, tonisɛma hɔhkaku namu wɛrat'a.To trap a mammoth, people would dig big holes.
Mamou Prairietahtat'ɛnpropTahtat'ɛ kichu hikisinima wɛrakata.They hunt quail on the Mamou Prairie.
manonishin
managertatihkaninRapusinku Melihch, tatihkaniku hotu yoyani ya wiranit'ɛ misihki.mawi. On Black Friday, the manager asked everyone to work more hours.
mannernamarin
manynamuquantYanɛra kichu ninisɛma namu na'ara. There are many fish in the sea.Aparush tastihpulasɛma namu na'ara.There are many stars in the sky.
maplesouthern sugar mapleyusawanAcer barbatum
mark, tohinav.I.trto make a markhinav.I.intr
marketritalapunKapash'ohkusinima lapuwan, Rapu Manku ritalapushi 'ata.To buy eggs, she goes to the market on Thursdays.
marriagekipanarranged marriagekipanin
married, to beshkipav.st
marrowtahkitalunPearlhchi tahkisinima sinktahkitaluku chuhpa tihksh'ɛpa.Pearl likes to suck the marrow from bones.
marry, tokipav.I.trHatika uwi kip’uhkԑni. He married again, they say.to marry offkipav.II.trto become marriedkipa yav.I.intr
marshnwishipɛtannWishipetan kichu kuwa wɛr'atashi.They went duck-hunting in the marsh. Wishipɛtan kichu wishikapashi lakakati.The rail lives in the marsh. wishiheluninWishiheluni kichu kuwa, wishikapashi, yakamili, kosutakaru namu lakasiti.Many ducks, rails, black and great blue herons live in the marsh. pɛtanwishipɛtan'ukininWishipɛtan'ukini kuwa, wishikapashi, yakameli, kosutakara, kuwatohk'ᴐma namu lakasiti.Many ducks, rails, black and great blue herons and birds live in the marsh. potato marshyin
marshmallowmuhkiwistan'Ayi hayihta muhkiwista rɔhpata. They roasted marshmallos over the fire. Muhkiwista rɔhpawan, rihkukɔsa marita.They gathered sticks stripped of bark to roast marshmallows.
marshy landhalipɛtan