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Mizar a binary star in the constellation Ursa Major, having a magnitude of 2.2.
mizzen the fore-and-aft sail on the third mast of a fully-rigged ship. [2 definitions]
mizzenmast the third mast from the front on a vessel having at least three masts.
mkt. abbreviation of "market."
ml abbreviation of "milliliter," or "milliliters," a unit of capacity equal to one thousandth of a liter or 0.338 fluid ounce.
Mlle. abbreviation of "Mademoiselle," an unmarried woman, addressed courteously.
mm abbreviation of "millimeter," or "millimeters," a unit of length equal to one thousandth of a meter or 0.03937 inch.
Mme. abbreviation of "Madame," a married woman, addressed formally or courteously.
mmm (informal) used to indicate pleasure or approval, often at the thought, feel, or taste of something. [2 definitions]
Mn symbol of the chemical element manganese.
MN abbreviation of "Minnesota," a Midwestern U.S. state on the Canadian border between Wisconsin and the Dakotas.
mnemonic pertaining to or designed to aid the memory. [2 definitions]
mnemonics (used with a sing. verb) a process, system, or technique used to aid and improve the memory.
Mnemosyne in Greek mythology, the goddess personifying memory, and mother of the Muses.
-mo used after numerals in describing sizes of books, pamphlets, or the like, according to the number of leaves obtained by folding a single sheet of paper.
Mo symbol of the chemical element molybdenum.
MO abbreviation of "Missouri," a Midwestern U.S. state between Kansas and Illinois.
M.O. abbreviation of "modus operandi" (Latin); method of operating.
mo. abbreviation of "month."
moa an extinct, flightless, long-necked bird native to New Zealand.
Moab Isolation Center a special U.S. internment camp located near Moab, Utah, occupied in 1943 by American citizens of Japanese descent who had been deemed to be "trouble-makers" during their previous internment at ordinary camps created for the holding of Japanese-Americans during World War II. The conditions at the Moab Isolation Center were harsher than at other camps. At its peak, there were about fifty people being held there.