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Dialect Dictionary: "M"

ma mˇ Yes!
maccat¨ru napkin for nose
maciottŔlla cheese
maÚse land for sheeps
malĺi ppÚggio building tool
malamŔnte malicious
mÓndora sheep fence
manganiÓre to cover seeds with land after seeding; it derives from ômÓnganoö.
mÓngano tool used to cover seeds.
mantesýno kitchen apron.
mappÓta big napkin used to envelop peasants' lunch
mappýna kitchen napkin
marrÓccia axe
mÓrru mountain dry and stony
mÓscuru male
massÚra this evening
matÓrca piece of furniture
matarŔlle animal's internal parts
mazzamaurÚglio gnome who lives in houses
mbarÓnza together
mbricolÓre sunset
mbrýtico in the shadow
menÓre be in a hurry, speed up
menŔstra vegetables
mÚntˇne ram; also burden of things
mŔrca yearly wood cutting to provide firewood.
mesÓle table cloth
metÓle straw sheaf
micciˇne big hinge for old wooden doors
mýlu apple tree
miricýna medicine
miss¨ru small hand scythe
m˛mmaro sudden fall, being hit on the head
m˛naco metal hook on the fire, used to hang pots
morÚcena small wall, made with stones, to contain land
mˇscola hand drill
mpýgna leather strip used to reinforce shoes' heel
mpˇsta big, square-headed nail used for horse shoeing
mprˇndelÓre shake something to drip off water
muglýcuru navel
m¨gneru small broom made with elder leaves, used to clean wood ovens.
m¨tu funnel
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