molăre

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[ˈmoləɾe]

1. transitive verb To grind.

Etymology: From Latin molere.

masăre

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[ˈmasəɾe]

1. transitive verb To knead.

Etymology: From masa plus derivative suffix -ăre.

masa

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[ˈmasa]

1. feminine noun Dough.

Etymology: From Latin massa.

meixăre-si

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[ˈmeʃəɾesi]

1. pronominal verb To get mixed.

Etymology: From meixăre.

meixăre

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[ˈmeʃəɾe]

1. transitive verb To mix.

Etymology: From Latin miscere.

mannggata

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[maɲˈd͡ʒata]

1. feminine noun Food.

2. feminine noun Meal (portion of food).

3. feminine noun Lunch.

Etymology: From manngg-, stem of verb mannggăre, plus derivative suffix -ata.

mentònal

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[menˈtonal]

1. adjective Related to the chin.

Etymology: From mentõ plus derivative suffix -al.

mostaix

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[moʃˈtaʃ]

1. masculine noun Moustache.

Etymology: From Italian mostaccio.

mulesc

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[muˈleʃk]

1. masculine noun Muscle.

Etymology: From Latin musculus via methathesis *muluscus.

mola

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[ˈmola]

1. feminine noun Molar, back tooth.

Etymology: From Latin mola.