Name Report For First Name MACCUS:


First name MACCUS's origin is English. MACCUS means "son of gus". You can find other first names and English words that rhymes with MACCUS below. Ryhme list involves the matching sounds according to the first letters, last letters and first&last letters of maccus.(Brown names are of the same origin (English) with MACCUS and Red names are first names with English/Anglo-Saxon origin)

Rhymes with MACCUS - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming MACCUS



NAMES RHYMING WITH MACCUS (According to last letters):

Rhyming Names According to Last 5 Letters (accus) - Names That Ends with accus:


Rhyming Names According to Last 4 Letters (ccus) - Names That Ends with ccus:


Rhyming Names According to Last 3 Letters (cus) - Names That Ends with cus:

marcus aeacus amycus autolycus demodocus glaucus ibycus rhoecus americus cus demarcus jamarcus

Rhyming Names According to Last 2 Letters (us) - Names That Ends with us:

el-nefous enygeus caeneus cestus iasius lotus negus dabbous dassous fanous abdul-quddus boulus butrus yunus dryhus thaddeus bagdemagus brademagus isdernus peredurus britomartus luxovious nemausus ondrus argus ambrosius batholomeus basilius bonifacius cecilius clementius egidius eugenius eustatius theodorus darius horus aldous brutus cassibellaunus guiderius lorineus ferragus marsilius senapus brus seorus alemannus klaus abderus absyrtus acastus achelous aconteus acrisius admetus adrastus aegeus aegisthus aegyptus aeolus aesculapius alcinous alcyoneus aloeus alpheus amphiaraus anastasius ancaeus androgeus antaeus antilochus antinous archemorus aristaeus ascalaphus asopus atreus avernus boethius briareus cadmus capaneus celeus cephalus cepheus

NAMES RHYMING WITH MACCUS (According to first letters):

Rhyming Names According to First 5 Letters (maccu) - Names That Begins with maccu:

Rhyming Names According to First 4 Letters (macc) - Names That Begins with macc:

maccallum macclennan maccoll maccormack

Rhyming Names According to First 3 Letters (mac) - Names That Begins with mac:

mac maca macadam macadhamh macaire macala macaladair macalister macalpin macalpine macandrew macario macartan macarthur macartur macaulay macauliffe macauslan macawi macayla macayle macbain macbean macbeth macbride macdaibhidh macdhubh macdomhnall macdonald macdonell macdougal macdoughall macdubhgall macduff mace macee macelroy macen macerio macewen macey macfarlane macfie macgillivray macgowan macgregor macha machair machakw machaon machar machara machau machayla machiko machk machum machupa maci macie macinnes macintosh maciver mack mackaillyn mackay mackayla mackaylie mackendrick mackenna mackenzie mackinley mackinnon mackintosh mackinzie macklin macklyn mackynsie maclachlan maclaine maclane maclaren maclean macleod macmaureadhaigh macmillan macmurra macnab macnachtan macnair macnaughton macneill macniall macnicol maco macon


First Names which starts with 'ma' and ends with 'us':

magnus manus maponus marcellus marcelus marius markus maximus

First Names which starts with 'm' and ends with 's':

maahes mads maheloas makis manasses mannis mannuss marcas marcos maris markos marlis marliss marlys marquis mars marsyas mathers mathews mathias matias matthias mattias matyas maurits mavis medus melampus melanippus melanthius melecertes meletios meliadus meliodas melwas memphis menelaus menes menoeceus menzies mercedes mertys metis mezentius midas mikhalis mikhos mikolas mikolaus milagritos milagros miles mimis minos mirias miruts mogens moises momus montes mopsus morcades mordrayans morris moses moss mounafes mozes myles

English Words Rhyming MACCUS


ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH MACCUS (According to last letters):

Rhyming Words According to Last 5 Letters (accus) - English Words That Ends with accus:

saccusnoun (n.) A sac.

Rhyming Words According to Last 4 Letters (ccus) - English Words That Ends with ccus:

ascococcusnoun (n.) A form of micrococcus, found in putrid meat infusions, occurring in peculiar masses, each of which is inclosed in a hyaline capsule and contains a large number of spherical micrococci.

coccusnoun (n.) One of the separable carpels of a dry fruit.
 noun (n.) A genus of hemipterous insects, including scale insects, and the cochineal insect (Coccus cacti).
 noun (n.) A form of bacteria, shaped like a globule.

cytococcusnoun (n.) The nucleus of the cytula or parent cell.

diplococcusnoun (n.) A form of micrococcus in which cocci are united in a binary manner. See Micrococcus.

echinococcusnoun (n.) A parasite of man and of many domestic and wild animals, forming compound cysts or tumors (called hydatid cysts) in various organs, but especially in the liver and lungs, which often cause death. It is the larval stage of the Taenia echinococcus, a small tapeworm peculiar to the dog.

floccusnoun (n.) The tuft of hair terminating the tail of mammals.
 noun (n.) A tuft of feathers on the head of young birds.
 noun (n.) A woolly filament sometimes occuring with the sporules of certain fungi.

gonococcusnoun (n.) A vegetable microorganism of the genus Micrococcus, occurring in the secretion in gonorrhea. It is believed by some to constitute the cause of this disease.

micrococcusnoun (n.) A genus of Spherobacteria, in the form of very small globular or oval cells, forming, by transverse division, filaments, or chains of cells, or in some cases single organisms shaped like dumb-bells (Diplococcus), all without the power of motion. See Illust. of Ascoccus.

ovococcusnoun (n.) A germinal vesicle.

pneumococcusnoun (n.) A form of micrococcus found in the sputum (and elsewhere) of persons suffering with pneumonia, and thought to be the cause of this disease.

protococcusnoun (n.) A genus of minute unicellular algae including the red snow plant (Protococcus nivalis).

spermococcusnoun (n.) The nucleus of the sperm cell.

streptococcusnoun (n.) A long or short chain of micrococci, more or less curved.

succusnoun (n.) The expressed juice of a plant, for medicinal use.

Rhyming Words According to Last 3 Letters (cus) - English Words That Ends with cus:

abaciscusnoun (n.) One of the tiles or squares of a tessellated pavement; an abaculus.

abacusnoun (n.) A table or tray strewn with sand, anciently used for drawing, calculating, etc.
 noun (n.) A calculating table or frame; an instrument for performing arithmetical calculations by balls sliding on wires, or counters in grooves, the lowest line representing units, the second line, tens, etc. It is still employed in China.
 noun (n.) The uppermost member or division of the capital of a column, immediately under the architrave. See Column.
 noun (n.) A tablet, panel, or compartment in ornamented or mosaic work.
 noun (n.) A board, tray, or table, divided into perforated compartments, for holding cups, bottles, or the like; a kind of cupboard, buffet, or sideboard.

amaracusnoun (n.) A fragrant flower.

ascusnoun (n.) A small membranous bladder or tube in which are inclosed the seedlike reproductive particles or sporules of lichens and certain fungi.

astacusnoun (n.) A genus of crustaceans, containing the crawfish of fresh-water lobster of Europe, and allied species of western North America. See Crawfish.

asteriscusnoun (n.) The smaller of the two otoliths found in the inner ear of many fishes.

bancusnoun (n.) Alt. of Bank

caucusnoun (n.) A meeting, especially a preliminary meeting, of persons belonging to a party, to nominate candidates for public office, or to select delegates to a nominating convention, or to confer regarding measures of party policy; a political primary meeting.
 verb (v. i.) To hold, or meet in, a caucus or caucuses.

cercusnoun (n.) See Cercopod.

circusnoun (n.) A level oblong space surrounded on three sides by seats of wood, earth, or stone, rising in tiers one above another, and divided lengthwise through the middle by a barrier around which the track or course was laid out. It was used for chariot races, games, and public shows.
 noun (n.) A circular inclosure for the exhibition of feats of horsemanship, acrobatic displays, etc. Also, the company of performers, with their equipage.
 noun (n.) Circuit; space; inclosure.

cocculus indicusnoun (n.) The fruit or berry of the Anamirta Cocculus, a climbing plant of the East Indies. It is a poisonous narcotic and stimulant.

crocusnoun (n.) A genus of iridaceous plants, with pretty blossoms rising separately from the bulb or corm. C. vernus is one of the earliest of spring-blooming flowers; C. sativus produces the saffron, and blossoms in the autumn.
 noun (n.) A deep yellow powder; the oxide of some metal calcined to a red or deep yellow color; esp., the oxide of iron (Crocus of Mars or colcothar) thus produced from salts of iron, and used as a polishing powder.

cysticercusnoun (n.) The larval form of a tapeworm, having the head and neck of a tapeworm attached to a saclike body filled with fluid; -- called also bladder worm, hydatid, and measle (as, pork measle).

cuscusnoun (n.) A soft grass (Pennisetum typhoideum) found in all tropical regions, used as food for men and cattle in Central Africa.

damascusnoun (n.) A city of Syria.

discusnoun (n.) A quoit; a circular plate of some heavy material intended to be pitched or hurled as a trial of strength and skill.
 noun (n.) The exercise with the discus.
 noun (n.) A disk. See Disk.

ecclesiasticusnoun (n.) A book of the Apocrypha.

ficusnoun (n.) A genus of trees or shrubs, one species of which (F. Carica) produces the figs of commerce; the fig tree.

focusnoun (n.) A point in which the rays of light meet, after being reflected or refrcted, and at which the image is formed; as, the focus of a lens or mirror.
 noun (n.) A point so related to a conic section and certain straight line called the directrix that the ratio of the distace between any point of the curve and the focus to the distance of the same point from the directrix is constant.
 noun (n.) A central point; a point of concentration.
 verb (v. t.) To bring to a focus; to focalize; as, to focus a camera.

fucusnoun (n.) A paint; a dye; also, false show.
 noun (n.) A genus of tough, leathery seaweeds, usually of a dull brownish green color; rockweed.

glaucusnoun (n.) A genus of nudibranchiate mollusks, found in the warmer latitudes, swimming in the open sea. These mollusks are beautifully colored with blue and silvery white.

hibiscusnoun (n.) A genus of plants (herbs, shrubs, or trees), some species of which have large, showy flowers. Some species are cultivated in India for their fiber, which is used as a substitute for hemp. See Althea, Hollyhock, and Manoe.

hocusnoun (n.) One who cheats or deceives.
 noun (n.) Drugged liquor.
 verb (v. t.) To deceive or cheat.
 verb (v. t.) To adulterate; to drug; as, liquor is said to be hocused for the purpose of stupefying the drinker.
 verb (v. t.) To stupefy with drugged liquor.

hocuspocusnoun (n.) A term used by jugglers in pretended incantations.
 noun (n.) A juggler or trickster.
 noun (n.) A juggler's trick; a cheat; nonsense.
 verb (v. t.) To cheat.

incusnoun (n.) An anvil.
 noun (n.) One of the small bones in the tympanum of the ear; the anvil bone. See Ear.
 noun (n.) The central portion of the armature of the pharynx in the Rotifera.

lemniscusnoun (n.) One of two oval bodies hanging from the interior walls of the body in the Acanthocephala.

lentiscusnoun (n.) Alt. of Lentisk

leviticusnoun (n.) The third canonical book of the Old Testament, containing the laws and regulations relating to the priests and Levites among the Hebrews, or the body of the ceremonial law.

locusnoun (n.) A place; a locality.
 noun (n.) The line traced by a point which varies its position according to some determinate law; the surface described by a point or line that moves according to a given law.

lumbricusnoun (n.) A genus of annelids, belonging to the Oligochaeta, and including the common earthworms. See Earthworm.

macacusnoun (n.) A genus of monkeys, found in Asia and the East Indies. They have short tails and prominent eyebrows.

mancusnoun (n.) An old Anglo Saxon coin both of gold and silver, and of variously estimated values. The silver mancus was equal to about one shilling of modern English money.

manducusnoun (n.) A grotesque mask, representing a person chewing or grimacing, worn in processions and by comic actors on the stage.

meniscusnoun (n.) A crescent.
 noun (n.) A lens convex on one side and concave on the other.
 noun (n.) An interarticular synovial cartilage or membrane; esp., one of the intervertebral synovial disks in some parts of the vertebral column of birds.

mucusnoun (n.) A viscid fluid secreted by mucous membranes, which it serves to moisten and protect. It covers the lining membranes of all the cavities which open externally, such as those of the mouth, nose, lungs, intestinal canal, urinary passages, etc.
 noun (n.) Any other animal fluid of a viscid quality, as the synovial fluid, which lubricates the cavities of the joints; -- improperly so used.
 noun (n.) A gelatinous or slimy substance found in certain algae and other plants.

opinicusnoun (n.) An imaginary animal borne as a charge, having wings, an eagle's head, and a short tail; -- sometimes represented without wings.

quercusnoun (n.) A genus of trees constituted by the oak. See Oak.
 noun (n.) A genus of trees constituted by the oak. See Oak.

picusnoun (n.) A genus of woodpeckers, including some of the common American and European species.

propithecusnoun (n.) A genus including the long-tailed, or diadem, indris. See Indris.

sambucusnoun (n.) A genus of shrubs and trees; the elder.

sulcusnoun (n.) A furrow; a groove; a fissure.

trochiscusnoun (n.) A kind of tablet or lozenge; a troche.

truncusnoun (n.) The thorax of an insect. See Trunk, n., 5.

umbilicusnoun (n.) The depression, or mark, in the median line of the abdomen, which indicates the point where the umbilical cord separated from the fetus; the navel.
 noun (n.) An ornamented or painted ball or boss fastened at each end of the stick on which manuscripts were rolled.
 noun (n.) The hilum.
 noun (n.) A depression or opening in the center of the base of many spiral shells.
 noun (n.) Either one of the two apertures in the calamus of a feather.
 noun (n.) One of foci of an ellipse, or other curve.
 noun (n.) A point of a surface at which the curvatures of the normal sections are all equal to each other. A sphere may be osculatory to the surface in every direction at an umbilicus. Called also umbilic.

uncusnoun (n.) A hook or claw.

viscusnoun (n.) One of the organs, as the brain, heart, or stomach, in the great cavities of the body of an animal; -- especially used in the plural, and applied to the organs contained in the abdomen.

ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH MACCUS (According to first letters):

Rhyming Words According to First 5 Letters (maccu) - Words That Begins with maccu:

Rhyming Words According to First 4 Letters (macc) - Words That Begins with macc:

maccabeanadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to Judas Maccabeus or to the Maccabees; as, the Maccabean princes; Maccabean times.

maccabeesnoun (n. pl.) The name given later times to the Asmonaeans, a family of Jewish patriots, who headed a religious revolt in the reign of Antiochus IV., 168-161 B. C., which led to a period of freedom for Israel.
 noun (n. pl.) The name of two ancient historical books, which give accounts of Jewish affairs in or about the time of the Maccabean princes, and which are received as canonical books in the Roman Catholic Church, but are included in the Apocrypha by Protestants. Also applied to three books, two of which are found in some MSS. of the Septuagint.

maccaboynoun (n.) Alt. of Maccoboy

maccoboynoun (n.) A kind of snuff.

macconoun (n.) A gambling game in vogue in the eighteenth century.

Rhyming Words According to First 3 Letters (mac) - Words That Begins with mac:

macaconoun (n.) Any one of several species of lemurs, as the ruffed lemur (Lemur macaco), and the ring-tailed lemur (L. catta).

macadamizationnoun (n.) The process or act of macadamizing.

macadamizingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Macadamize

macaonoun (n.) A macaw.

macaquenoun (n.) Any one of several species of short-tailed monkeys of the genus Macacus; as, M. maurus, the moor macaque of the East Indies.

macaroninoun (n.) Long slender tubes made of a paste chiefly of wheat flour, and used as an article of food; Italian or Genoese paste.
 noun (n.) A medley; something droll or extravagant.
 noun (n.) A sort of droll or fool.
 noun (n.) A finical person; a fop; -- applied especially to English fops of about 1775.
 noun (n.) The designation of a body of Maryland soldiers in the Revolutionary War, distinguished by a rich uniform.

macaronianadjective (a.) Alt. of Macaronic

macaronicnoun (n.) A heap of thing confusedly mixed together; a jumble.
 noun (n.) A kind of burlesque composition, in which the vernacular words of one or more modern languages are intermixed with genuine Latin words, and with hybrid formed by adding Latin terminations to other roots.
 adjective (a.) Pertaining to, or like, macaroni (originally a dish of mixed food); hence, mixed; confused; jumbled.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the burlesque composition called macaronic; as, macaronic poetry.

macaroonnoun (n.) A small cake, composed chiefly of the white of eggs, almonds, and sugar.
 noun (n.) A finical fellow, or macaroni.

macartneynoun (n.) A fire-backed pheasant. See Fireback.

macauconoun (n.) Any one of several species of small lemurs, as Lemur murinus, which resembles a rat in size.

macavahunoun (n.) A small Brazilian monkey (Callithrix torquatus), -- called also collared teetee.

macawnoun (n.) Any parrot of the genus Sittace, or Macrocercus. About eighteen species are known, all of them American. They are large and have a very long tail, a strong hooked bill, and a naked space around the eyes. The voice is harsh, and the colors are brilliant and strongly contrasted.

macenoun (n.) A money of account in China equal to one tenth of a tael; also, a weight of 57.98 grains.
 noun (n.) A kind of spice; the aril which partly covers nutmegs. See Nutmeg.
 noun (n.) A heavy staff or club of metal; a spiked club; -- used as weapon in war before the general use of firearms, especially in the Middle Ages, for breaking metal armor.
 noun (n.) A staff borne by, or carried before, a magistrate as an ensign of his authority.
 noun (n.) An officer who carries a mace as an emblem of authority.
 noun (n.) A knobbed mallet used by curriers in dressing leather to make it supple.
 noun (n.) A rod for playing billiards, having one end suited to resting on the table and pushed with one hand.

macedoniannoun (n.) A native or inhabitant of Macedonia.
 noun (n.) One of a certain religious sect, followers of Macedonius, Bishop of Constantinople, in the fourth century, who held that the Holy Ghost was a creature, like the angels, and a servant of the Father and the Son.
 adjective (a.) Belonging, or relating, to Macedonia.

macedonianismnoun (n.) The doctrines of Macedonius.

macernoun (n.) A mace bearer; an officer of a court.

maceratingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Macerate

maceraternoun (n.) One who, or that which, macerates; an apparatus for converting paper or fibrous matter into pulp.

macerationnoun (n.) The act or process of macerating.

machaerodusnoun (n.) Alt. of Machairodus

machairodusnoun (n.) A genus of extinct mammals allied to the cats, and having in the upper jaw canine teeth of remarkable size and strength; -- hence called saber-toothed tigers.

machetenoun (n.) A large heavy knife resembling a broadsword, often two or three feet in length, -- used by the inhabitants of Spanish America as a hatchet to cut their way through thickets, and for various other purposes.

machiaveliannoun (n.) One who adopts the principles of Machiavel; a cunning and unprincipled politician.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to Machiavel, or to his supposed principles; politically cunning; characterized by duplicity or bad faith; crafty.

machiavelismnoun (n.) Alt. of Machiavelianism

machiavelianismnoun (n.) The supposed principles of Machiavel, or practice in conformity to them; political artifice, intended to favor arbitrary power.

machicolatedadjective (a.) Having machicolations.

machicolationnoun (n.) An opening between the corbels which support a projecting parapet, or in the floor of a gallery or the roof of a portal, shooting or dropping missiles upen assailants attacking the base of the walls. Also, the construction of such defenses, in general, when of this character. See Illusts. of Battlement and Castle.
 noun (n.) The act of discharging missiles or pouring burning or melted substances upon assailants through such apertures.

machicoulisnoun (n.) Same as Machicolation.

machinaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to machines.

machinatingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Machinate

machinationnoun (n.) The act of machinating.
 noun (n.) That which is devised; a device; a hostile or treacherous scheme; an artful design or plot.

machinatornoun (n.) One who machinates, or forms a scheme with evil designs; a plotter or artful schemer.

machinenoun (n.) In general, any combination of bodies so connected that their relative motions are constrained, and by means of which force and motion may be transmitted and modified, as a screw and its nut, or a lever arranged to turn about a fulcrum or a pulley about its pivot, etc.; especially, a construction, more or less complex, consisting of a combination of moving parts, or simple mechanical elements, as wheels, levers, cams, etc., with their supports and connecting framework, calculated to constitute a prime mover, or to receive force and motion from a prime mover or from another machine, and transmit, modify, and apply them to the production of some desired mechanical effect or work, as weaving by a loom, or the excitation of electricity by an electrical machine.
 noun (n.) Any mechanical contrivance, as the wooden horse with which the Greeks entered Troy; a coach; a bicycle.
 noun (n.) A person who acts mechanically or at will of another.
 noun (n.) A combination of persons acting together for a common purpose, with the agencies which they use; as, the social machine.
 noun (n.) A political organization arranged and controlled by one or more leaders for selfish, private or partisan ends.
 noun (n.) Supernatural agency in a poem, or a superhuman being introduced to perform some exploit.
 verb (v. t.) To subject to the action of machinery; to effect by aid of machinery; to print with a printing machine.

machiningnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Machine
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the machinery of a poem; acting or used as a machine.

machinernoun (n.) One who or operates a machine; a machinist.

machinerynoun (n.) Machines, in general, or collectively.
 noun (n.) The working parts of a machine, engine, or instrument; as, the machinery of a watch.
 noun (n.) The supernatural means by which the action of a poetic or fictitious work is carried on and brought to a catastrophe; in an extended sense, the contrivances by which the crises and conclusion of a fictitious narrative, in prose or verse, are effected.
 noun (n.) The means and appliances by which anything is kept in action or a desired result is obtained; a complex system of parts adapted to a purpose.

machinistnoun (n.) A constrictor of machines and engines; one versed in the principles of machines.
 noun (n.) One skilled in the use of machine tools.
 noun (n.) A person employed to shift scenery in a theater.

machonoun (n.) The striped mullet of California (Mugil cephalus, / Mexicanus).

macilencynoun (n.) Leanness.

macilentadjective (a.) Lean; thin.

macintoshnoun (n.) Same as Mackintosh.

mackerelnoun (n.) A pimp; also, a bawd.
 noun (n.) Any species of the genus Scomber, and of several related genera. They are finely formed and very active oceanic fishes. Most of them are highly prized for food.

mackintoshnoun (n.) A waterproof outer garment; -- so called from the name of the inventor.

macklenoun (n.) Same Macule.
 verb (v. t. & i.) To blur, or be blurred, in printing, as if there were a double impression.

maclenoun (n.) Chiastolite; -- so called from the tessellated appearance of a cross section. See Chiastolite.
 noun (n.) A crystal having a similar tessellated appearance.
 noun (n.) A twin crystal.

macledadjective (a.) Marked like macle (chiastolite).
 adjective (a.) Having a twin structure. See Twin, a.
 adjective (a.) See Mascled.

maclureanoun (n.) A genus of spiral gastropod shells, often of large size, characteristic of the lower Silurian rocks.

maclurinnoun (n.) See Morintannic.

macrencephalicadjective (a.) Alt. of Macrencephalous


English Words which starts with 'ma' and ends with 'us':

macrencephalousadjective (a.) Having a large brain.

macrocephalousadjective (a.) Having a large head.
 adjective (a.) Having the cotyledons of a dicotyledonous embryo confluent, and forming a large mass compared with the rest of the body.

macrodactylousadjective (a.) Having long toes.

macropetalousadjective (a.) Having long or large petals.

macrophyllousadjective (a.) Having long or large leaves.

macropodousadjective (a.) Having long legs or feet.

macropterousadjective (a.) Having long wings.

macropusnoun (n.) genus of marsupials including the common kangaroo.

macrotousadjective (a.) Large-eared.

macrurousadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the Macrura; having a long tail.

magnanimousadjective (a.) Great of mind; elevated in soul or in sentiment; raised above what is low, mean, or ungenerous; of lofty and courageous spirit; as, a magnanimous character; a magnanimous conqueror.
 adjective (a.) Dictated by or exhibiting nobleness of soul; honorable; noble; not selfish.

magnetiferousadjective (a.) Producing or conducting magnetism.

magniloquousadjective (a.) Magniloquent.

magnoliaceousadjective (a.) Pertaining to a natural order (Magnoliaceae) of trees of which the magnolia, the tulip tree, and the star anise are examples.

malacopterygiousadjective (a.) Belonging to the Malacopterygii.

malacostomousadjective (a.) Having soft jaws without teeth, as certain fishes.

malacostracousadjective (a.) Belonging to the Malacostraca.

malapterurusnoun (n.) A genus of African siluroid fishes, including the electric catfishes. See Electric cat, under Electric.

malariousadjective (a.) Of or pertaining, to or infected by, malaria.

malevolousadjective (a.) Malevolent.

malgraciousadjective (a.) Not graceful; displeasing.

maliciousadjective (a.) Indulging or exercising malice; harboring ill will or enmity.
 adjective (a.) Proceeding from hatred or ill will; dictated by malice; as, a malicious report; malicious mischief.
 adjective (a.) With wicked or mischievous intentions or motives; wrongful and done intentionally without just cause or excuse; as, a malicious act.

malleolusnoun (n.) A projection at the distal end of each bone of the leg at the ankle joint. The malleolus of the tibia is the internal projection, that of the fibula the external.
 noun (n.) " A layer, " a shoot partly buried in the ground, and there cut halfway through.

malleusnoun (n.) The outermost of the three small auditory bones, ossicles; the hammer. It is attached to the tympanic membrane by a long process, the handle or manubrium. See Illust. of Far.
 noun (n.) One of the hard lateral pieces of the mastax of Rotifera. See Mastax.
 noun (n.) A genus of bivalve shells; the hammer shell.

mallotusnoun (n.) A genus of small Arctic fishes. One American species, the capelin (Mallotus villosus), is extensively used as bait for cod.

malpighiaceousadjective (a.) Of, pertaining to, or resembling, a natural order of tropical trees and shrubs (Malpighiaceae), some of them climbing plants, and their stems forming many of the curious lianes of South American forests.

malvaceousadjective (a.) Pertaining to, or resembling, a natural order of plants (Malvaceae), of which the mallow is the type. The cotton plant, hollyhock, and abutilon are of this order, and the baobab and the silk-cotton trees are now referred to it.

mammaliferousadjective (a.) Containing mammalian remains; -- said of certain strata.

mammiferousadjective (a.) Having breasts; of, pertaining to, or derived from, the Mammalia.

mandamusnoun (n.) A writ issued by a superior court and directed to some inferior tribunal, or to some corporation or person exercising authority, commanding the performance of some specified duty.

manganesiousadjective (a.) Manganous.

manganesousadjective (a.) Manganous.

manganiferousadjective (a.) Containing manganese.

manganousadjective (a.) Of, pertaining to, designating, those compounds of manganese in which the element has a lower valence as contrasted with manganic compounds; as, manganous oxide.

manusnoun (n.) The distal segment of the fore limb, including the carpus and fore foot or hand.
  (pl. ) of Manus

marasmusnoun (n.) A wasting of flesh without fever or apparent disease; a kind of consumption; atrophy; phthisis.

marbrinusnoun (n.) A cloth woven so as to imitate the appearance of marble; -- much used in the 15th and 16th centuries.

marasritaceousadjective (a.) Pertaining to, or resembling, pearl; pearly.

margaritiferousadjective (a.) Producing pearls.

margarousadjective (a.) Margaric; -- formerly designating a supposed acid.

marigenousadjective (a.) Produced in or by the sea.

marlaceousadjective (a.) Resembling marl; partaking of the qualities of marl.

marmoraceousadjective (a.) Pertaining to, or like, marble.

marvelousnoun (n.) Exciting wonder or surprise; astonishing; wonderful.
 noun (n.) Partaking of the character of miracle, or supernatural power; incredible.

masterousadjective (a.) Masterly.

mastodonsaurusnoun (n.) A large extinct genus of labyrinthodonts, found in the European Triassic rocks.

materiousadjective (a.) See Material.

matrimoniousadjective (a.) Matrimonial.