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mascot an animal, person, or thing that is considered to bring good luck, esp. one kept by or associated with an athletic team.
masculine of, concerning, or suitable to men or boys; male. [4 definitions]
masculinity the quality or condition of being a man or boy. [2 definitions]
masculinize to give a masculine appearance to, esp. to produce male secondary sex characteristics in (a female), as with a drug or hormone treatment.
maser a device that amplifies electromagnetic waves and concentrates them at a single microwave frequency (acronym for "microwave amplification by stimulated emission of radiation").
Maseru the capital of Lesotho.
MASH abbreviation of "mobile army surgical hospital."
mash crushed malt or grain meal mixed with water, as for brewing or distilling alcoholic beverages. [5 definitions]
masher a utensil designed to mash vegetables or fruit.
mask a covering for all or part of the face, usu. worn to disguise the wearer's identity. [11 definitions]
masked ball a ball at which the guests wear masks and often costumes.
masking tape a papery adhesive tape used esp. to cover and protect surfaces that are not to be painted, or as an aid in painting straight lines or narrow bands.
masochism a condition in which one derives sexual arousal or satisfaction from one's own pain, humiliation, or other suffering imposed by oneself or by others. [2 definitions]
mason a person skilled in building with stone, brick, or cement. [3 definitions]
masonic (often cap.) of or pertaining to Freemasons or Freemasonry.
Masonite trademark for a board made of pressed wood fibers, used for insulation, partitioning, and the like.
Mason jar a wide-mouthed glass jar with a lid that screws on, often used for home canning and preserving.
masonry work done by a mason, such as stonework or brickwork. [2 definitions]
masque a dramatic entertainment, usu. with music but no dialogue, that was current in England during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. [3 definitions]
masquerade a party or ball at which the guests wear costumes and masks. [5 definitions]
Mass a religious rite, observed in the Roman Catholic and in certain other churches, that celebrates communion with God.