Name Report For First Name MUTA:

MUTA

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

Rhymes with MUTA - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming MUTA

FIRST NAMES WHICH INCLUDES MUTA AS A WHOLE:

mukamutara abdul-muta'al

NAMES RHYMING WITH MUTA (According to last letters):

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

adsaluta codruta draguta lenuta uta anyuta ruta yuta

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

aminata binata binta fanta ismitta leta nasheeta nashita bixenta bricta nantosuelta amista paharita serenata alzbeta vlasta agneta almeta gjerta gusta alberta elberta hrothbeorhta fusberta admeta aleta atalanta baptista delta errita giancinta irta jocasta kineta minta panagiota rheta zeta zyta gitta amrita anahita jaganmata jarita jivanta samvarta shanta sita vineeta vinata aletta annuziata antonietta battista benedetta brunetta concetta donata edita elisabetta enrichetta esta guiditta lunetta renata rosetta traviata trista kita amayeta awanata awinita ayita huata kuwanlelenta mankalita peta tablita tadita tayanita antoaneta constanta craita elisabeta florenta georgeta luminita margareta nicoleta voileta voctorita nikita

NAMES RHYMING WITH MUTA (According to first letters):

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

mut muthoni muti

Rhyming Names According to First 2 Letters (mu) - Names That Begins with mu:

mu'adh mu'awiyah mu'ayyad mu'tasim mu'tazz muadhnait muata mubarak mudada mudawar muenda mufeed mufeeda mufid mufidah mufidy muhammad muhammed muhanned muhjah muhsin muhtadi muhunnad muiel muir muira muircheartaigh muire muireach muireadhach muireall muireann muirfinn muirgheal muirne mujahid mukantagara mukarramma mukhtar mukhwana mukki mukonry mulcahy muminah muna munachiso mundhir mundy muneer muneera mungan mungo munir munira munirah munro munroe muntasir muraco murchadh murdoc murdoch murdock mureithi murel muriel murphey murphy murray murrough murry murtadhy murtadi murtagh murtaugh murthuile mus'ad musa musadora musetta musette musheera mushirah musidora muskan muslim muslimah mustafa mustanen muwaffaq

NAMES BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH MUTA:

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

mabbina mabina maca macala macayla macha machara machayla machupa mackayla mackenna macmurra mada madalena madalina maddalena madeeha madeleina madelena madelina madena madia madina madora madra maelisa maertisa magda magdala magdalena magena magnhilda magnilda magnolia maha mahala mahalia mahila mahina maia maiana maida maira mairia mairona maitea maitena maitilda maiya majeeda majella majida maka makala makarioa makda makeda makela makemba makena makenna makya malaika malana maleka malia maliha malika malila malina malinda malita malmuira malva malvina mana manaba manara manauia manda mandisa manisha maniya manoela mantotohpa manuela manya maola mapiya mara maranda marcela marcella marcellia marcia marcsa marea mareesa marelda marella

English Words Rhyming MUTA

ENGLISH WORDS WHICH INCLUDES MUTA AS A WHOLE:

commutabilitynoun (n.) The quality of being commutable.

commutableadjective (a.) Capable of being commuted or interchanged.

commutablenessnoun (n.) The quality of being commutable; interchangeableness.

commutationnoun (n.) A passing from one state to another; change; alteration; mutation.
 noun (n.) The act of giving one thing for another; barter; exchange.
 noun (n.) The change of a penalty or punishment by the pardoning power of the State; as, the commutation of a sentence of death to banishment or imprisonment.
 noun (n.) A substitution, as of a less thing for a greater, esp. a substitution of one form of payment for another, or one payment for many, or a specific sum of money for conditional payments or allowances; as, commutation of tithes; commutation of fares; commutation of copyright; commutation of rations.

commutativeadjective (a.) Relative to exchange; interchangeable; reciprocal.

commutatornoun (n.) A piece of apparatus used for reversing the direction of an electrical current; an attachment to certain electrical machines, by means of which alternating currents are made to be continuous or to have the same direction.

immutabilitynoun (n.) The state or quality of being immutable; immutableness.

immutableadjective (a.) Not mutable; not capable or susceptible of change; unchangeable; unalterable.

immutateadjective (a.) Unchanged.

immutationnoun (n.) Change; alteration; mutation.

incommutabilitynoun (n.) The quality or state of being incommutable.

incommutableadjective (a.) Not commutable; not capable of being exchanged with, or substituted for, another.

intermutationnoun (n.) Interchange; mutual or reciprocal change.

intransmutabilitynoun (n.) The quality of being intransmutable.

intransmutableadjective (a.) Not capable of being transmuted or changed into another substance.

mutabilitynoun (n.) The quality of being mutable, or subject to change or alteration, either in form, state, or essential character; susceptibility of change; changeableness; inconstancy; variation.

mutableadjective (a.) Capable of alteration; subject to change; changeable in form, qualities, or nature.
 adjective (a.) Changeable; inconstant; unsettled; unstable; fickle.

mutablenessnoun (n.) The quality of being mutable.

mutacismnoun (n.) See Mytacism.

mutagenoun (n.) A process for checking the fermentation of the must of grapes.

mutandumnoun (n.) A thing which is to be changed; something which must be altered; -- used chiefly in the plural.

mutationnoun (n.) Change; alteration, either in form or qualities.
 noun (n.) Gradual definitely tending variation, such as may be observed in a group of organisms in the fossils of successive geological levels.
 noun (n.) As now employed (first by de Vries), a sudden variation (the offspring differing from its parents in some well-marked character or characters) as distinguished from a gradual variations in which the new characters become fully developed only in the course of many generations. The occurrence of mutations, and the hereditary transmission, under some conditions, of the characters so appearing, are well-established facts; whether the process has played an important part in the evolution of the existing species and other groups of organisms is a disputed question.
 noun (n.) The result of the above process; a suddenly produced variation.

permutableadjective (a.) Capable of being permuted; exchangeable.

permutationnoun (n.) The act of permuting; exchange of the thing for another; mutual transference; interchange.
 noun (n.) The arrangement of any determinate number of things, as units, objects, letters, etc., in all possible orders, one after the other; -- called also alternation. Cf. Combination, n., 4.
 noun (n.) Any one of such possible arrangements.
 noun (n.) Barter; exchange.

transmutabilitynoun (n.) The quality of being transmutable.

transmutableadjective (a.) Capable of being transmuted or changed into a different substance, or into into something of a different form a nature; transformable.

transmutationnoun (n.) The act of transmuting, or the state of being transmuted; as, the transmutation of metals.
 noun (n.) The change or reduction of one figure or body into another of the same area or solidity, but of a different form, as of a triangle into a square.
 noun (n.) The change of one species into another, which is assumed to take place in any development theory of life; transformism.

transmutationistnoun (n.) One who believes in the transmutation of metals or of species.

unmutableadjective (a.) Immutable.

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


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


agoutanoun (n.) A small insectivorous mammal (Solenodon paradoxus), allied to the moles, found only in Hayti.

argonautanoun (n.) A genus of Cephalopoda. The shell is called paper nautilus or paper sailor.

battutanoun (n.) The measuring of time by beating.

brutanoun (n.) See Edentata.

cicutanoun (n.) a genus of poisonous umbelliferous plants, of which the water hemlock or cowbane is best known.

scutanoun (n. pl.) See Scutum.
  (pl. ) of Scutum

volutanoun (n.) Any one of numerous species of large, handsome marine gastropods belonging to Voluta and allied genera.

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


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


mutchnoun (n.) The close linen or muslin cap of an old woman.

mutenoun (n.) The dung of birds.
 noun (n.) One who does not speak, whether from physical inability, unwillingness, or other cause.
 noun (n.) One who, from deafness, either congenital or from early life, is unable to use articulate language; a deaf-mute.
 noun (n.) A person employed by undertakers at a funeral.
 noun (n.) A person whose part in a play does not require him to speak.
 noun (n.) Among the Turks, an officer or attendant who is selected for his place because he can not speak.
 noun (n.) A letter which represents no sound; a silent letter; also, a close articulation; an element of speech formed by a position of the mouth organs which stops the passage of the breath; as, p, b, d, k, t.
 noun (n.) A little utensil made of brass, ivory, or other material, so formed that it can be fixed in an erect position on the bridge of a violin, or similar instrument, in order to deaden or soften the tone.
 adjective (a.) Not speaking; uttering no sound; silent.
 adjective (a.) Incapable of speaking; dumb.
 adjective (a.) Not uttered; unpronounced; silent; also, produced by complete closure of the mouth organs which interrupt the passage of breath; -- said of certain letters. See 5th Mute, 2.
 adjective (a.) Not giving a ringing sound when struck; -- said of a metal.
 verb (v. t.) To cast off; to molt.
 verb (v. t. & i.) To eject the contents of the bowels; -- said of birds.

mutenessnoun (n.) The quality or state of being mute; speechlessness.

muticadjective (a.) Alt. of Muticous

muticousadjective (a.) Without a point or pointed process; blunt.

mutilatenoun (n.) A cetacean, or a sirenian.
 adjective (a.) Deprived of, or having lost, an important part; mutilated.
 adjective (a.) Having finlike appendages or flukes instead of legs, as a cetacean.
 verb (v. t.) To cut off or remove a limb or essential part of; to maim; to cripple; to hack; as, to mutilate the body, a statue, etc.
 verb (v. t.) To destroy or remove a material part of, so as to render imperfect; as, to mutilate the orations of Cicero.

mutilatingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Mutilate

mutilationnoun (n.) The act of mutilating, or the state of being mutilated; deprivation of a limb or of an essential part.

mutilatornoun (n.) One who mutilates.

mutilousadjective (a.) Mutilated; defective; imperfect.

mutinenoun (n.) A mutineer.
 verb (v. i.) To mutiny.

mutineernoun (n.) One guilty of mutiny.

mutingnoun (n.) Dung of birds.

mutinousadjective (a.) Disposed to mutiny; in a state of mutiny; characterized by mutiny; seditious; insubordinate.

mutinynoun (n.) Insurrection against constituted authority, particularly military or naval authority; concerted revolt against the rules of discipline or the lawful commands of a superior officer; hence, generally, forcible resistance to rightful authority; insubordination.
 noun (n.) Violent commotion; tumult; strife.
 verb (v. i.) To rise against, or refuse to obey, lawful authority in military or naval service; to excite, or to be guilty of, mutiny or mutinous conduct; to revolt against one's superior officer, or any rightful authority.
 verb (v. i.) To fall into strife; to quarrel.

mutinyingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Mutiny

mutismnoun (n.) The condition, state, or habit of being mute, or without speech.

mutteringnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Mutter

mutternoun (n.) Repressed or obscure utterance.
 verb (v. i.) To utter words indistinctly or with a low voice and lips partly closed; esp., to utter indistinct complaints or angry expressions; to grumble; to growl.
 verb (v. i.) To sound with a low, rumbling noise.
 verb (v. t.) To utter with imperfect articulations, or with a low voice; as, to mutter threats.

mutterernoun (n.) One who mutters.

muttonnoun (n.) A sheep.
 noun (n.) The flesh of a sheep.
 noun (n.) A loose woman; a prostitute.

muttonyadjective (a.) Like mutton; having a flavor of mutton.

mutualadjective (a.) Reciprocally acting or related; reciprocally receiving and giving; reciprocally given and received; reciprocal; interchanged; as, a mutual love, advantage, assistance, aversion, etc.
 adjective (a.) Possessed, experienced, or done by two or more persons or things at the same time; common; joint; as, mutual happiness; a mutual effort.

mutualismnoun (n.) The doctrine of mutual dependence as the condition of individual and social welfare.

mutualitynoun (n.) The quality of correlation; reciprocation; interchange; interaction; interdependence.
 noun (n.) Reciprocity of consideration.

mutuarynoun (n.) One who borrows personal chattels which are to be consumed by him, and which he is to return or repay in kind.

mutuationnoun (n.) The act of borrowing or exchanging.

mutulenoun (n.) A projecting block worked under the corona of the Doric corice, in the same situation as the modillion of the Corinthian and Composite orders. See Illust. of Gutta.

mutessarifnoun (n.) In Turkey, an administrative authority of any of certain sanjaks. They are appointed directly by the Sultan.

mutessarifatnoun (n.) In Turkey, a sanjak whose head is a mutessarif.

mutoscopenoun (n.) A simple form of moving-picture machine in which the series of views, exhibiting the successive phases of a scene, are printed on paper and mounted around the periphery of a wheel. The rotation of the wheel brings them rapidly into sight, one after another, and the blended effect gives a semblance of motion.

ENGLISH WORDS BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH MUTA:

English Words which starts with 'm' and ends with 'a':

maanoun (n.) The common European gull (Larus canus); -- called also mar. See New, a gull.

maashanoun (n.) An East Indian coin, of about one tenth of the weight of a rupee.

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

macroglossianoun (n.) Enlargement or hypertrophy of the tongue.

macrouraadjective (a.) Alt. of Macroural

macruranoun (n. pl.) A subdivision of decapod Crustacea, having the abdomen largely developed. It includes the lobster, prawn, shrimp, and many similar forms. Cf. Decapoda.

mactranoun (n.) Any marine bivalve shell of the genus Mactra, and allied genera. Many species are known. Some of them are used as food, as Mactra stultorum, of Europe. See Surf clam, under Surf.

maculanoun (n.) A spot, as on the skin, or on the surface of the sun or of some other luminous orb.
 noun (n.) A rather large spot or blotch of color.

madeiranoun (n.) A rich wine made on the Island of Madeira.

madianoun (n.) A genus of composite plants, of which one species (Madia sativa) is cultivated for the oil yielded from its seeds by pressure. This oil is sometimes used instead of olive oil for the table.

madonnanoun (n.) My lady; -- a term of address in Italian formerly used as the equivalent of Madame, but for which Signora is now substituted. Sometimes introduced into English.
 noun (n.) A picture of the Virgin Mary (usually with the babe).

madoquanoun (n.) A small Abyssinian antelope (Neotragus Saltiana), about the size of a hare.

madreporanoun (n.) A genus of reef corals abundant in tropical seas. It includes than one hundred and fifty species, most of which are elegantly branched.

madreporarianoun (n. pl.) An extensive division of Anthozoa, including most of the species that produce stony corals. See Illust. of Anthozoa.

madrinanoun (n.) An animal (usually an old mare), wearing a bell and acting as the leader of a troop of pack mules.

madro÷anoun (n.) A small evergreen tree or shrub (Arbutus Menziesii), of California, having a smooth bark, thick shining leaves, and edible red berries, which are often called madro÷a apples.

magdalaadjective (a.) Designating an orange-red dyestuff obtained from naphthylamine, and called magdala red, naphthalene red, etc.

magentanoun (n.) An aniline dye obtained as an amorphous substance having a green bronze surface color, which dissolves to a shade of red; also, the color; -- so called from Magenta, in Italy, in allusion to the battle fought there about the time the dye was discovered. Called also fuchsine, roseine, etc.

magmanoun (n.) Any crude mixture of mineral or organic matters in the state of a thin paste.
 noun (n.) A thick residuum obtained from certain substances after the fluid parts are expressed from them; the grounds which remain after treating a substance with any menstruum, as water or alcohol.
 noun (n.) A salve or confection of thick consistency.
 noun (n.) The molten matter within the earth, the source of the material of lava flows, dikes of eruptive rocks, etc.
 noun (n.) The glassy base of an eruptive rock.
 noun (n.) The amorphous or homogenous matrix or ground mass, as distinguished from well-defined crystals; as, the magma of porphyry.

magnesianoun (n.) A light earthy white substance, consisting of magnesium oxide, and obtained by heating magnesium hydrate or carbonate, or by burning magnesium. It has a slightly alkaline reaction, and is used in medicine as a mild antacid laxative. See Magnesium.

magnolianoun (n.) A genus of American and Asiatic trees, with aromatic bark and large sweet-scented whitish or reddish flowers.

mahanoun (n.) A kind of baboon; the wanderoo.

mahabaratanoun (n.) Alt. of Mahabharatam

mahonianoun (n.) The Oregon grape, a species of barberry (Berberis Aquifolium), often cultivated for its hollylike foliage.

mahrattanoun (n.) One of a numerous people inhabiting the southwestern part of India. Also, the language of the Mahrattas; Mahrati. It is closely allied to Sanskrit.
 noun (n.) A Sanskritic language of western India, prob. descended from the Maharastri Prakrit, spoken by the Marathas and neighboring peoples. It has an abundant literature dating from the 13th century. It has a book alphabet nearly the same as Devanagari and a cursive script translation between the Devanagari and the Gujarati.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the Mahrattas.

maianoun (n.) A genus of spider crabs, including the common European species (Maia squinado).
 noun (n.) A beautiful American bombycid moth (Eucronia maia).

majolicanoun (n.) A kind of pottery, with opaque glazing and showy, which reached its greatest perfection in Italy in the 16th century.

malanoun (n.) Evils; wrongs; offenses against right and law.
  (pl. ) of Malum

malaccanoun (n.) A town and district upon the seacoast of the Malay Peninsula.

malacobdellanoun (n.) A genus of nemertean worms, parasitic in the gill cavity of clams and other bivalves. They have a large posterior sucker, like that of a leech. See Illust. of Bdellomorpha.

malacopodanoun (n. pl.) A class of air-breathing Arthropoda; -- called also Protracheata, and Onychophora.

malacostracanoun (n. pl.) A subclass of Crustacea, including Arthrostraca and Thoracostraca, or all those higher than the Entomostraca.

malacozoanoun (n. pl.) An extensive group of Invertebrata, including the Mollusca, Brachiopoda, and Bryozoa. Called also Malacozoaria.

malaganoun (n.) A city and a province of Spain, on the Mediterranean. Hence, Malaga grapes, Malaga raisins, Malaga wines.

malarianoun (n.) Air infected with some noxious substance capable of engendering disease; esp., an unhealthy exhalation from certain soils, as marshy or wet lands, producing fevers; miasma.
 noun (n.) A morbid condition produced by exhalations from decaying vegetable matter in contact with moisture, giving rise to fever and ague and many other symptoms characterized by their tendency to recur at definite and usually uniform intervals.

mallophaganoun (n. pl.) An extensive group of insects which are parasitic on birds and mammals, and feed on the feathers and hair; -- called also bird lice. See Bird louse, under Bird.

malmanoun (n.) A spotted trout (Salvelinus malma), inhabiting Northern America, west of the Rocky Mountains; -- called also Dolly Varden trout, bull trout, red-spotted trout, and golet.

malpighianoun (n.) A genus of tropical American shrubs with opposite leaves and small white or reddish flowers. The drupes of Malpighia urens are eaten under the name of Barbadoes cherries.

malthanoun (n.) A variety of bitumen, viscid and tenacious, like pitch, unctuous to the touch, and exhaling a bituminous odor.
 noun (n.) Mortar.

mamanoun (n.) See Mamma.

mammanoun (n.) Mother; -- word of tenderness and familiarity.
 noun (n.) A glandular organ for secreting milk, characteristic of all mammals, but usually rudimentary in the male; a mammary gland; a breast; under; bag.

mammalianoun (n. pl.) The highest class of Vertebrata. The young are nourished for a time by milk, or an analogous fluid, secreted by the mammary glands of the mother.

mammillanoun (n.) The nipple.

mancanoun (n.) See Mancus.

mandiocanoun (n.) See Manioc.

mandragoranoun (n.) A genus of plants; the mandrake. See Mandrake, 1.

manianoun (n.) Violent derangement of mind; madness; insanity. Cf. Delirium.
 noun (n.) Excessive or unreasonable desire; insane passion affecting one or many people; as, the tulip mania.

manilaadjective (a.) Alt. of Manilla

manillanoun (n.) A ring worn upon the arm or leg as an ornament, especially among the tribes of Africa.
 noun (n.) A piece of copper of the shape of a horseshoe, used as money by certain tribes of the west coast of Africa.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to Manila or Manilla, the capital of the Philippine Islands; made in, or exported from, that city.
 adjective (a.) Same as Manila.

mannanoun (n.) The food supplied to the Israelites in their journey through the wilderness of Arabia; hence, divinely supplied food.
 noun (n.) A name given to lichens of the genus Lecanora, sometimes blown into heaps in the deserts of Arabia and Africa, and gathered and used as food.
 noun (n.) A sweetish exudation in the form of pale yellow friable flakes, coming from several trees and shrubs and used in medicine as a gentle laxative, as the secretion of Fraxinus Ornus, and F. rotundifolia, the manna ashes of Southern Europe.

mantanoun (n.) See Coleoptera and Sea devil.

mantillanoun (n.) A lady's light cloak of cape of silk, velvet, lace, or the like.
 noun (n.) A kind of veil, covering the head and falling down upon the shoulders; -- worn in Spain, Mexico, etc.

mantissanoun (n.) The decimal part of a logarithm, as distinguished from the integral part, or characteristic.

mantranoun (n.) A prayer; an invocation; a religious formula; a charm.

mantuanoun (n.) A superior kind of rich silk formerly exported from Mantua in Italy.
 noun (n.) A woman's cloak or mantle; also, a woman's gown.

manzanitanoun (n.) A name given to several species of Arctostaphylos, but mostly to A. glauca and A. pungens, shrubs of California, Oregon, etc., with reddish smooth bark, ovate or oval coriaceous evergreen leaves, and bearing clusters of red berries, which are said to be a favorite food of the grizzly bear.

maranoun (n.) The principal or ruling evil spirit.
 noun (n.) A female demon who torments people in sleep by crouching on their chests or stomachs, or by causing terrifying visions.
 noun (n.) The Patagonian cavy (Dolichotis Patagonicus).

maranathanoun (n.) "Our Lord cometh;" -- an expression used by St. Paul at the conclusion of his first Epistle to the Corinthians (xvi. 22). This word has been used in anathematizing persons for great crimes; as much as to say, "May the Lord come quickly to take vengeance of thy crimes." See Anathema maranatha, under Anathema.

marantanoun (n.) A genus of endogenous plants found in tropical America, and some species also in India. They have tuberous roots containing a large amount of starch, and from one species (Maranta arundinacea) arrowroot is obtained. Many kinds are cultivated for ornament.

marenanoun (n.) A European whitefish of the genus Coregonus.

marginalianoun (n. pl.) Marginal notes.

marginellanoun (n.) A genus of small, polished, marine univalve shells, native of all warm seas.

margosanoun (n.) A large tree of genus Melia (M. Azadirachta) found in India. Its bark is bitter, and used as a tonic. A valuable oil is expressed from its seeds, and a tenacious gum exudes from its trunk. The M. Azedarach is a much more showy tree, and is cultivated in the Southern United States, where it is known as Pride of India, Pride of China, or bead tree. Various parts of the tree are considered anthelmintic.

marikinanoun (n.) A small marmoset (Midas rosalia); the silky tamarin.

marimbanoun (n.) A musical istrument of percussion, consisting of bars yielding musical tones when struck.

marimondanoun (n.) A spider monkey (Ateles belzebuth) of Central and South America.

marinoramanoun (n.) A representation of a sea view.

marsalanoun (n.) A kind of wine exported from Marsala in Sicily.

marsdenianoun (n.) A genus of plants of the Milkweed family, mostly woody climbers with fragrant flowers, several species of which furnish valuable fiber, and one species (Marsdenia tinctoria) affords indigo.

marshalseanoun (n.) The court or seat of a marshal; hence, the prison in Southwark, belonging to the marshal of the king's household.

marsipobranchianoun (n. pl.) A class of Vertebrata, lower than fishes, characterized by their purselike gill cavities, cartilaginous skeletons, absence of limbs, and a suckerlike mouth destitute of jaws. It includes the lampreys and hagfishes. See Cyclostoma, and Lamprey. Called also Marsipobranchiata, and Marsipobranchii.

marsupialianoun (n. pl.) A subclass of Mammalia, including nearly all the mammals of Australia and the adjacent islands, together with the opossums of America. They differ from ordinary mammals in having the corpus callosum very small, in being implacental, and in having their young born while very immature. The female generally carries the young for some time after birth in an external pouch, or marsupium. Called also Marsupiata.

martinetanoun (n.) A species of tinamou (Calopezus elegans), having a long slender crest.

masoranoun (n.) A Jewish critical work on the text of the Hebrew Scriptures, composed by several learned rabbis of the school of Tiberias, in the eighth and ninth centuries.

massasauganoun (n.) The black rattlesnake (Crotalus, / Caudisona, tergemina), found in the Mississippi Valley.

massoranoun (n.) Same as Masora.

mastigopodanoun (n. pl.) The Infusoria.

mastodynianoun (n.) Alt. of Mastodyny

matamatanoun (n.) The bearded tortoise (Chelys fimbriata) of South American rivers.

matanzanoun (n.) A place where animals are slaughtered for their hides and tallow.

mattowaccanoun (n.) An American clupeoid fish (Clupea mediocris), similar to the shad in habits and appearance, but smaller and less esteemed for food; -- called also hickory shad, tailor shad, fall herring, and shad herring.

maxillanoun (n.) The bone of either the upper or the under jaw.
 noun (n.) The bone, or principal bone, of the upper jaw, the bone of the lower jaw being the mandible.
 noun (n.) One of the lower or outer jaws of arthropods.

mayanoun (n.) The name for the doctrine of the unreality of matter, called, in English, idealism; hence, nothingness; vanity; illusion.

mazamanoun (n.) Alt. of Mazame

mazourkanoun (n.) Alt. of Mazurka

mazurkanoun (n.) A Polish dance, or the music which accompanies it, usually in 3-4 or 3-8 measure, with a strong accent on the second beat.

meandrinanoun (n.) A genus of corals with meandering grooves and ridges, including the brain corals.

medianoun (n.) pl. of Medium.
 noun (n.) One of the sonant mutes /, /, / (b, d, g), in Greek, or of their equivalents in other languages, so named as intermediate between the tenues, /, /, / (p, t, k), and the aspiratae (aspirates) /, /, / (ph or f, th, ch). Also called middle mute, or medial, and sometimes soft mute.
  (pl. ) of Medium

medialunanoun (n.) See Half-moon.

medullanoun (n.) Marrow; pith; hence, essence.
 noun (n.) The marrow of bones; the deep or inner portion of an organ or part; as, the medulla, or medullary substance, of the kidney; specifically, the medula oblongata.
 noun (n.) A soft tissue, occupying the center of the stem or branch of a plant; pith.

medusanoun (n.) The Gorgon; or one of the Gorgons whose hair was changed into serpents, after which all who looked upon her were turned into stone.
 noun (n.) Any free swimming acaleph; a jellyfish.

megalomanianoun (n.) A form of mental alienation in which the patient has grandiose delusions.

meladanoun (n.) Alt. of Melado

melaenanoun (n.) A discharge from the bowels of black matter, consisting of altered blood.

melanaemianoun (n.) A morbid condition in which the blood contains black pigment either floating freely or imbedded in the white blood corpuscles.

melancholianoun (n.) A kind of mental unsoundness characterized by extreme depression of spirits, ill-grounded fears, delusions, and brooding over one particular subject or train of ideas.

melanorrhoeanoun (n.) An East Indian genus of large trees. Melanorrh/a usitatissima is the lignum-vitae of Pegu, and yelds a valuable black varnish.

melasmanoun (n.) A dark discoloration of the skin, usually local; as, Addison's melasma, or Addison's disease.

melastomanoun (n.) A genus of evergreen tropical shrubs; -- so called from the black berries of some species, which stain the mouth.

melenanoun (n.) See Melaena.