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mosquitoehkunan
mosquito netehkunarinehkunatiran
mosskashwanblack mosskashwamelin
mostpanuadvAthens kichu Xanthippehchi nuhchi wirataha panu. Xanthippe was the most ill-tempered woman in Athens.
mothnahkamuhtinƆhtari hayihta nahkamuhti 'akurani ushtosu tikanahku uhk'ara. The moth has circles like big eyes on its wings. nocturnal mothnahkalawunluna mothnahkatahch'an
mother*gachinmother-in-law*etikumashinstepmother*gachiwalin
mother-in-law*etikumashin
mottledadjkɛraadjrisaadjHal'ukinkuwatorisatohku risa uhkkosu.The English sparrow is mottled.Sihkrihkɔraku lɔsawan, sat'ɔnima ili kɔta risa sihk'ara.They have two dapple gray horses to pull their cart.
mount, towichiv.I.trYanishisinima yayisiti. Wilkesku uhksat'ɛ wichiwiman, sinktak'uta.The cattle got out. Wilkes mounted his horse and went after them. Kana wichiwihch, rihkupasa wahawi.When he mounted the stairs, the board creaked. Sat'ɛshi sat'ɛnuhchi wichiwi.The stallion mounted the mare.
mountaintamanLouisiana kichu tatamaku yuru panu Driskill otisa.The highest mountain in Louisiana is called Driskill.Driskill Tamaku ɔshkaku polun sahkutɛya michu masahkitɛya enihku yuru.Driskill Mountain is 563 feet tall. Sihtakamuya uhkhalimura chuki. Tatamaku uhkmashuki.You're making a mountain out of a mole hill. literally: You are taking a mole's mound. You are making a mountain. rock mountainshihkaltaman
mousehihkutohkunfield mousehalihihkutohkun
move across, tosakav.I.intr
move along, tohinuv.I.intr
move something across, tosakav.II.tr
move, tohilav.I.intr
mow, tokeriv.I.tr
mowerntakerinHiyuhu hariya. Tohkuhch wihktakeriku chuyak'itan.The grass is high. Please bring your mower. Hiyuhu hariyahch, takeri hishu rasht'ɛ. When the grass is tall, it is hard to push the mower.
muchnamuquantYanɛra kichu ninisɛma namu na'ara. There are many fish in the sea.Aparush tastihpulasɛma namu na'ara.There are many stars in the sky.
mud catfishnɛshanHarlanku nɛsha tika wohkuwi. Ɔshka sinku yuru. Harlan caught a big mud catfish. It was five feet long. Pylodictis olivaris
mulberryrayinRayiku akurani yishiku chohchomaku tak'uta.The raccoon chased the weasel around the mulberry.Shila shila'ushtahta mashukatasinima, rayi uhktɛrashkisinima sakusiti.The worms that make silk eat mulberry leaves.