M.
M.
M (initial of manslaughter).
M
M.
M.
M’,
M or N
M.B. Waistcoat.
M.D.
M.P.
MS., manuscript; MSS., manuscripts;
Mab.
MacAlpin.
MacFarlane’s Geese.
MacFleck’noe
MacGirdie’s Mare,
MacGregor.
MacIntyre (Captain Hector).
MacIvor (Fergus).
MacPherson.
MacTab.
MacTurk (Captain Mungo or Hector).
Maca’ber.
Macad’amise (4 syl.).
Macaire (2 syl.).
Mac’amut.
Macare (French).
Macaro’ni.
Macaron’ic Latin.
Macaro’nic Verse.
Macbeth (Shakespeare).
Macbriar (Ephraim).
Maccabæ’us.
Macdonald.
Macduff.
Macheath (Captain).
Mac’hiavelli.
Machiavellism.
Mackintosh or Macintosh.
Macklin.
Macmill’anites (4 syl.).
Macsyc’ophant (Sir Pertinax).
Mace.
Macedon is not Worthy of Thee,
Macedo’nian (The).
Macedonian Madman (The).
Macedo’nians.
Macedon’icus.
Mackerel Sky (A).
Macon.
Mac’reons.
Mac’rocosm (Greek, the great world),
Mad as a March Hare.
Mad Cavalier (The).
Mad Parliament (The).
Mad Poet (The).
Mad as a Hatter.
Madame.
Mademoiselle (4 syl.).
Madge.
Madge Wildfire.
Madman.
Madness.
Madoc.
Madonna. (Italian, my lady.)
Ma’dor (Sir).
Madras System of Education.
Mæan’der.
Mæce’nas.
Maelström (Norwegian, whirling stream).
Mæon’ides (4 syl.) or Mæonian Poet.
Mæviad.
Mag.
Mag’a.
Magalo’na.
Magazine (3 syl.).
Mag’dalene (3 syl.).
Mag’deburg Centuries.
Magellan.
Magen’ta.
Maggot, Maggoty.
Ma’gi (The),
Magic Garters.
Magic Rings.
Magic Wand.
Magician.
Magliabecchi.
Magna Charta.
Magnalia Christi.
Magnanimous (The).
Magna’no.
Magnet.
Magnet’ic Mountain.
Magneuse (French).
Magnif’icat.
Magnificent (The).
Magnifique … Guerre.
Magno’lia.
Magnum Opus.
Magnum of Port (A),
Magnus Apollo (My),
Mago the Carthaginian,
Magopho’nia.
Magot (French).
Magpie.
Magricio.
Mag’uelo’ne or Mag’alo’na (the fair).
Magus.
Mah-abade’an Dynasty (The).
Mahabharata.
Ma’hadi or Hakem.
Mahâtmas.
Mah’di (The).
Mahmoud of Ghizni,
Mahmut.
Mahomet or Mohammed,
Mahoun’ (2 syl.).
Mahound (2 syl.).
Mahu.
Maid Ma’rian.
Maid of Athens,
Maid of Norway.
Maid of Orleans.
Maid of Perth (Fair).
Maid of Saragossa.
Maiden.
Maiden Assize (A).
Maiden King (The).
Maiden Lane (London).
Maiden or Virgin Queen.
Maiden Town,
Maiden of the Mist.
Maidenhair
Main-brace.
Main Chance (The).
Mainote (2 syl.).
Maintain
Maitland Club (The)
Maize (1 syl.).
Majesty.
Majesty,
Majol’ica Ware.
Majority.
Make.
Make a hand of or on (To).
Make a Hit (To).
Make a Virtue of Necessity (To).
Make away with (To).
Make away with Oneself (To)
Make Bricks without Straw (To).
Make Eyes at (To).
Make Mountains of Molehills (To).
Make one’s Bread (To).
Make the Door (To).
Make the Ice (To).
Make-wage.
Make-weight.
Makeshift (A).
Malabar.
Malagi’gi (in Orlando Furioso).
Malagrowther (Malachi).
Mal’agrow’ther (Sir Mungo).
Mal’akoff (in the Crime’a).
Malambru’no.
Malaprop (Mrs.),
Malbec’co.
Malbrouk or Marlbrough (Marlbro’),
Malcolm.
Maldine (French).
Male.
Male Sapphires.
Male suada Fames.
Malebol’ge (4 syl.).
Malecasta.
Male’ger [wretchedly thin].
Malengin [guile].
Malepardus.
Malherbe’s Canons of French Poetry.
Mal’iom.
Malkin.
Mall or Pall Mall (London).
Mall Supper (A).
Mallows.
Malmesbury (William of).
Malmesbury Monastery.
Malmsey Wine
Malt.
Malt … Meal.
Maltese Cross.
Malthu’sian (A).
Malthu’sian Doctrine.
Malum,
Malum in Se (Latin).
Malum Prohib’itum (Latin).
Malvo’lio.
Mamamouchi.
Mambri’no’s Helmet
Mam’elon (2 syl., French).
Mamelukes (2 syl.) or Mamalukes (Arabic, mamluc, a slave).
Mamma, Mother.
Mammet.
Mammon.
Mammon of Unrighteousness (The).
Mammon’s Cave.
Mammoth Cave (The).
Man (Isle of),
Man.
Man Friday (A).
Man-jack.
Man … Monkey.
Man-Mountain or Quinbus Flestrin.
Man Proposes,
Man Threefold.
Man in Black (The).
Man in the Iron Mask (The).
Man in the Moon (The).
Man of Be’lial.
Man of Blood.
Man of Blood and Iron (The).
Man of Brass (The).
Man of December.
Man of Destiny (The).
Man of Feeling.
Man of Letters (A).
Man of Remnants (A).
Man of Ross.
Man of Salt.
Man of Sedan.
Man of Silence (The).
Man of Sin (The).
Man of Straw (A).
Man of the Hill (The).
Man of the Sea.
Man of the Third Republic (The).
Man of the World (A).
Man of Three Letters.
Man-of-War (A).
Man of Wax.
Man of Whipcord (A).
Manche (French).
Manchester.
Manchester Poet.
Man’ciple (A).
Manda’mus (Latin).
Manda’na.
Mandarin’
Mandeville (Bernard de).
Mandou’sians.
Man’drabul.
Mandrake.
Mandricar’do.
Manduce (2 syl.).
Manes.
Manfred.
Manger or Manger le Morceau.
Manheim,
Ma’ni.
Mani, Manes, or Manichæus.
Manichæ’ans or Manichees.
Man’itou.
Man’lian Orders.
Manly,
Manna (Exodus xvi. 15),
Manna of St. Nicholas of Bari.
Man’nering.
Mannington (George).
Manningtree (Essex).
Mano’a.
Manon Lescaut.
Manor, Demesne.
Mansard Roof,
Mansfield.
Mansion.
Mantacci’ni.
Mantali’ni (Madame).
Mantel-piece (A).
Mantible (Bridge of)
Man’tiger.
Mantle of Fidelity (The).
Mantra or Mintra (Persian mythology).
Man’tuan Swain, Swan, or Bard (The).
Ma’nucodia’ta (The).
Man’umit.
Manure
Many.
Many a &Mgrave;ickle makes a Muckle,
Many Men, Many Minds.
Mao’ri (The).
Ma’ra.
Mar’abou Feathers.
Mara’bout (in French).
Mara’buts.
Marana’tha (Syriac, the Lord will comei.e. to execute judgment).
Maravedi (4 syl.)
Marbles.
Marcassin (The Prince).
Marcel’la.
Marcelli’na.
Marcellus (in Dibdin’s Bibliomania, a romance,)
March.
March Dust.
March Hare.
Marches (boundaries)
Marchaundes Tale (in Chaucer)
Marching Watch.
Marchington (Staffordshire).
Marchioness (The).
Marchpane.
Mar’cionites (3 syl.).
Marck (William de la),
Marcley Hill (Herefordshire),
Marcos de Obregon.
Marcos’ians.
Mardi Gras.
Mardle.
Mardonius (Captain),
Mare.
Mare’s Nest.
Mareotic Luxury.
Marfi’sa.
Marfo’rio.
Margan Monastery (Register of),
Margaret,
Margaret (St.)
Margaret.
Margaret or Marguerite (petite).
Margarine Substitute (A).
Margate (Kent),
Margherit’a di Valois
Margin.
Margts.
Marguerite des Marguerites [the pearl of pearls].
Margutte (3 syl.).
Mari’a.
Maria There’sa.
Mariamites (4 syl.).
Marian’a.
Marigold.
Marina.
Marinda or Maridah.
Marine (2 syl.).
Marines (2 syl.).
Mariner’s Compass.
Mari’no Falie’ro.
Mariotte’s Law.
Maritor’nes (Spanish, bad woman).
Marivaudage (4 syl.).
Marjoram.
Mark.
Mark (St.),
Mark (Sir).
Mark Banco.
Mark Tapley.
Mark Time!
Mark of the Beast (The).
Mark’s Eve (St.).
Marks in Grammar and Printing.
Marks of Gold and Silver.
Market-penny (A).
Markham (Mrs.).
Marl.
Marlborough.
Marlborough Dog.
Marlow.
Mar’mion.
Marmo Lunense.
Ma’ro.
Maron or Marron (French).
Mar’onites (3 syl.).
Maroon.
Maroon (To).
Maro’zia,
Marphi’sa (in Orlando Furioso).
Marplot.
Marque.
Marriage Knot (The).
Marriage Plates.
Marriages.
Marriages.
Marriages are Made in Heaven.
Marriages of Men of Genius.
Married Women
Marrow (Scotch)
Marrow-bones.
Marrow Controversy (The).
Marrow-men.
Marry!
Marry Come Up!
Mar’s Year.
Mars,
Mars.
Marseillaise (3 syl.).
Marseilles’ Good Bishop.
Marsh [Le Marais].
Marshal
Marsham (Men of).
Marsig’lio or Marsil’ius.
Mar’syas.
Martano (in Orlando Furioso),
Marteau des Heretiques.
Martel.
Martello Towers.
Martext (Sir Oliver).
Martha (St.),
Martial.
Martian Laws.
Martin.
Martin.
Martin Drunk.
Martin of Bullions (St.).
Martin’s Running Footman (St.).
Martin’s Summer (St.)
Martine.
Martinet.
Martinmas.
Martyr (Greek
Marvedie (A).
Marvellous.
Mary.
Mary,
Mary,
Marys.
Mary Anne or Marianne.
Mary Anne Associations.
Mary Magdalene (St.).
Mary Queen of Scots.
Marybuds.
Marygold or Marigold.
Maryland
Marylebone
Mas (plural, Masse).
Masaniello
Masche-croute [gnaw-crust].
Mascotte.
Masdeu (Catalan for God’s field).
Masetto.
Mashack’ering and Misguggling.
Masher.
Mask a Fleet (To).
Mason and Dixon’s Line.
Mass.
Mass (The).
Massachusetts
Massacre of the Innocents.
Massacre of the Innocents (The),
Mass’amore (3 syl.) or Massy More.
Mast.
Master Humphrey.
Master Leonard.
Master Magrath.
Master of Sentences.
Master of the Mint.
Master of the Rolls.
Mastic.
Matadore (3 syl.).
Matamoras.
Mat’amore (3 syl.).
Mate.
Maté (2 syl.).
Mate’rialism.
Matfellon.
Mathew (Father),
Math isen.
Math’urin (St.).
Matilda.
Matric’ulate
Matter-of-fact.
Matter’s afoot (The).
Matterhorn.
Matthew (St.)
Matthew Bramble,
Matthew Parker’s Bible,
Matthews’ Bible,
Matthias (St.)
Maudlin.
Maugis.
Maugis d’Aygremont.
Maugrab’in (Heyraddin).
Mau’gys.
Maul.
Maul (The Giant).
Maul of Monks (The).
Maunciples Tale.
Maunds (Royal).
Maundrel.
Maundy Thursday.
Mauri-gasima.
Maurita’nia.
Mausole’um.
Maut gets abune the Meal (The).
Mauthe Dog.
Mauvais Ton (French).
Mauvaise Honte (French).
Mauvaise Plaisanterie (A).
Mavournin.
Mawther.
Mawworm.
Max.
Max O’Rell.

 
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