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meristem.noun
the undifferentiated plant tissue from which new cells are formed, as that at the tip of a stem or root
meristematic.adjective
meristematically.adverb

mate.noun,.plural.mates
one of a matched.pair (found the mate to his glove); a spouse; either of a pair of animals or birds that associate.in order to.propagate; either of a pair of animals brought together for breeding; a good friend or companion; a deck officer on a merchant ship ranking below the master
mate, mated, mating, mates.verbs
intransitive verb use.to become joined in marriage; to be paired for reproducing; breed; to copulate
transitive verb use.to join closely; pair; to unite in marriage; to pair animals for breeding

moss.noun,.plural.mosses
a very small green plant that grows in a thick soft furry mass on wet soil, trees or rocks; any of various green, usually small, nonvascular plants of the class Musci of the division Bryophyta; a patch or covering of such plants; any of various other unrelated plants having a similar appearance or manner of growth, such as the club moss, Irish moss and Spanish moss
mossy.adjective
moss, mossed, mossing, mosses.transitive verbs
to cover with moss; chiefly Scottish, means bog, swamp, such as a peat.bog

moat.noun,.plural.moats
a deep, wide ditch, usually filled with water, typically.surrounding a fortified.medieval.town, fortress or castle as a protection against assault; a ditch similar to one surrounding a fortification (a moat separates the animals in the zoo from the spectators) moat, moated, moating, moats.transitive verbs
to surround with or as if with a deep, wide ditch

mercury.noun
symbol Hg on the Periodic Table of Elements; a silvery-white highly poisonous.metallic.element, liquid at room temperature and used in thermometers, barometers, vapor lamps and batteries and in the preparation of chemical pesticides and vaccines; atomic number 80; atomic weight 200.59; freezing point 38.87°C; boiling point 356.58°C; specific gravity 13.546 (at 20°C); valence (valences of copper, for example, are 1 and 2, that is, they are able to combine with either one or two other elements as written down by the Russian genius Mendeleev); mercury is also called quicksilver; mercury is also used as a word for temperature (what's the mercury in the thermometer showing today?; the mercury had risen rapidly by late morning)

magma.noun,.plural.magmas, also called magmata
a mixture of finely divided solids with enough liquid to produce a pasty mass; in geology, the molten rock material under the Earth's crust, from which igneous rock is formed by cooling; in pharmacology, a suspension of particles in a liquid, such as milk of magnesia, an artificially pink colored concoction some people drink to take away an upset stomach, mostly.due to eating foods inimical to the best interests of a healthy body; the residue of fruits after the juice has been expressed; pomace
magmatic.adjective

molten.verb
a past participle of melt
molten.adjective
made liquid by heat; melted (molten rocks, called lava, flowing from an erupting.volcano and when cooled become a very light dark rock); made by melting and casting in a mold; molten rock, metal or glass has been heated to a very high temperature and has become a hot thick liquid; brilliantly glowing, from or as if from intense heat (don't touch the burners on the stove when they are on their way to being molten hot red)

mineral.noun,.plural.minerals
any of various.natural.substances as an element, such as gold or silver, etc.; a substance, such as stone, sand, salt or coal, that is extracted or obtained from the ground or water and used in economic.activities; a substance that is neither animal nor vegetable; inorganic.matter; an inorganic element, such as calcium, iron, potassium, sodium or zinc, that is essential to the nutrition of human beings, animals and plants; an ore
mineral.adjective
spring water, also called mineral water
of or relating to minerals (a mineral deposit found in the ground); impregnated with minerals; a mineral is a substance such as tin, salt or sulphur that is formed naturally in rocks and in the Earth; minerals are found in small quantities in food and drink
mineralize, mineralized, mineralizing, mineralizes.verbs
transitive verb use.to convert to a mineral substance; petrify; to transform a metal into a mineral by oxidation; to impregnate with minerals
intransitive verb use.to develop or hasten mineral formation; to collect or study minerals
mineralizable.adjective
mineralization.noun,.plural.mineralizations
mineralizer.noun,.plural.mineralizers

mineralogy.noun,.plural.mineralogies
the study of minerals, including their distribution, identification and properties; a book or treatise on mineralogy
mineralogical.adjective
mineralogically.adverb
mineralogist.noun,.plural.mineralogists

moratorium.noun,.plural.moratoriums.or.moratoria
a suspension of an ongoing or planned activity (a moratorium on vaccinations as they are proven toxic and dangerous)

mire.noun,.plural.mires
an area of wet, soggy, muddy ground; a bog; deep, slimy.soil or mud; a disadvantageous or difficult.condition or situation (the mire of poverty)
mire, mired, miring, mires.verbs
transitive verb use.to cause to sink or become stuck in or as if in mire; to hinder, entrap or entangle as if in mire; to soil with mud or mire
intransitive verb use.to sink or become stuck in mire

multiply, multiplied, multiplying, multiplies.verbs
transitive verb use.to increase the amount, number or degree of; in mathematics, to perform multiplication on
intransitive verb use.to grow in amount, number or degree; to increase; to breed or propagate; in mathematics, to perform multiplication
multiplication.noun,.plural.multiplications
the act or process of multiplying or the condition of being multiplied; propagation of plants and animals; procreation
Mathematics:.the operation that, for integers, consists of adding a number (called the multiplicand) to itself a certain number of times; the operation is extended to other real numbers according to the rules governing the multiplication of integers; any of certain analogous operations involving expressions other than real numbers
multiplicational.adjective
multiplicand.noun,.plural.multiplicands
in mathematics, the number that is or is to be multiplied by another, for example, in 8 × 32, the multiplicand is 32
multiple.adjective
having, relating.to.or.consisting of more than one individual, element, part or other.component; manifold
multiple.noun,.plural.multiples
in mathematics, a number that may be divided by another number with no remainder, such as 4, 6 and 12 are multiples of 2

Macedonia.noun.(map)
an ancient kingdom of northern Greece. It was a powerful empire under Philip II and his son Alexander the Great (B.C.E. fourth century) and contributed significantly to the spread of Hellenistic civilization. The Romans.annexed it as a province in B.C.E. 148; Macedonia is a region of southeast Europe on the Balkan Peninsula including parts of modern-day Greece, Bulgaria and Yugoslavia. After the fall of the Alexandrian empire, it was held by Romans, then Byzantines, Bulgars, Serbs and Turks. The present division was largely determined after the Second Balkan War (1913 A.D.); Macedonia is north of Greece and south of Serbia. Population: 2,046,000 (2001). Capital: Skopje, formerly Thessaloniki and also formerly part of Yugoslavia, but became an independent country in 1991. The country's official name is the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM); the highest mountain in Greece, Mount Olympus, is on the southern border of Macedonia; Macedonia's most famous king was Alexander the Great

Mediterranean
The Mediterranean is the sea between southern Europe and North Africa
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