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Maffle

ˈmaf(ə)l

Meanings of Maffle:

verb

Speak indistinctly; mumble.

Usage examples:

Luckily mrs. tallis took no offence, and we maffled and talked on.

Meanings of Mafia:

noun

An organized international body of criminals, operating originally in sicily and now especially in italy and the us and having a complex and ruthless behavioural code.

Usage examples:

Where mafia and drug barons rule, investigators of any kind become targets.

Meanings of Mafias:

noun

An organized international body of criminals, operating originally in sicily and now especially in italy and the us and having a complex and ruthless behavioural code.

Usage examples:

Where mafia and drug barons rule, investigators of any kind become targets.

Meanings of Mafic:

adjective

Relating to or denoting a group of dark-coloured, mainly ferromagnesian minerals such as pyroxene and olivine.

Usage examples:

Variably serpentinized devonian mafic and ultramafic intrusive rocks occur in the western and north…

Mafiosi

ˌmafɪˈəʊsəʊ

Meanings of Mafiosi:

noun

A member of the mafia or a similar criminal organization.

Usage examples:

Brought up in a household of mafiosi, living on the tough streets of los angeles, i was no fool abo…

Plural of mafioso

Mafioso

ˌmæf.iˈəʊ.səʊ

Meanings of Mafioso:

noun

A member of the mafia or a similar criminal organization.

Usage examples:

Brought up in a household of mafiosi, living on the tough streets of los angeles, i was no fool abo…

Mag

maɡ

Meanings of Mag:

noun

A magazine (periodical).

Usage examples:

The bestselling rock mag in britain
verb

Chatter incessantly.

Usage examples:

My sister sent me a photograph of her and her baby - none of her old man - standing outside their n…

Meanings of Maga:

adjective

(of a person or part of the body) very thin.

Meanings of Magadhi:

noun

An indic language spoken in the north-eastern indian states of bihar, jharkhand, and west bengal, one of the bihari group of languages.

Usage examples:

Her research areas include pedagogical grammars of hindi, linguistic structure of magahi, and magah…
adjective

Relating to magadhi.

Meanings of Magadis:

noun

Used to denote what was believed to have been a type of musical instrument known in ancient greece.

Meanings of Magadize:

verb

To play or sing (music) in octaves; to play (a note) as a harmonic, in order to complete the octave.

Meanings of Magahi:

noun

An indic language spoken in the north-eastern indian states of bihar, jharkhand, and west bengal, one of the bihari group of languages.

Usage examples:

Her research areas include pedagogical grammars of hindi, linguistic structure of magahi, and magah…
adjective

Relating to magadhi.

Meanings of Magalog:

noun

A magazine that a company uses to advertise and sell its products, especially by mail

Usage examples:

The current spring/summer 2010 magalog has 39 pages of fashion.

Meanings of Magas:

noun

The fibrous residue left after the extraction of sugar from sugar cane, used chiefly as fuel.

Magazine

ˌmæɡ.əˈziːn

Meanings of Magazine:

noun

A periodical publication containing articles and illustrations, often on a particular subject or aimed at a particular readership.

Usage examples:

A women's weekly magazine

Meanings of Magaziner:

noun

= magazinist .

Magazines

ˌmæɡ.əˈziːn

Meanings of Magazines:

noun

A periodical publication containing articles and illustrations, often on a particular subject or aimed at a particular readership.

Usage examples:

A women's weekly magazine

Meanings of Magazinish:

adjective

= magaziny .

Meanings of Magazinist:

noun

A person who writes articles for magazines; = magaziner .

Meanings of Magaziny:

adjective

Of the nature or characteristic of, or suitable for, a magazine.

Magdalen

ˈmaɡdəlɪn

Meanings of Magdalen:

noun

St mary magdalene.

Usage examples:

Highlights of matron freeberger's days included visits from former and reformed magdalens.

Meanings of Magdalene:

noun

St mary magdalene.

Usage examples:

Highlights of matron freeberger's days included visits from former and reformed magdalens.

Magdalenian

ˌmaɡdəˈliːnɪən

Meanings of Magdalenian:

adjective

Relating to or denoting the final palaeolithic culture in europe, following the solutrean and dated to about 17,000–11,500 years ago. it is characterized by a range of bone and horn tools, and by highly developed cave art.

Usage examples:

The carnivorous feline may go back to the magdalenian caves
noun

The final period of the palaeolithic culture in europe, following the solutrean and dated to about 17,000–11,500 years ago.

Usage examples:

Some of the artefacts are even older, dating from the magdalenian

Magdalens

ˈmaɡdəlɪn

Meanings of Magdalens:

noun

St mary magdalene.

Usage examples:

Highlights of matron freeberger's days included visits from former and reformed magdalens.

Meanings of Mage:

noun

A magician or learned person.

Usage examples:

What comfort it is to know i will have the protection of a mage in the magician guild!

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