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Modern English the English language since the late fifteenth century.
Modern Hebrew the Hebrew language of post-Biblical times, esp. the language of modern Israel.
modernism the tendency to value or adhere to that which is contemporary or modern. [2 definitions]
modernization the process or act of updating or redesigning something to make it look new or contemporary. [3 definitions]
modernize to make modern or contemporary. [2 definitions]
modest having or expressing a relatively low or moderate opinion of one's abilities, achievements, worth, importance, or the like. [5 definitions]
modesty the quality of being modest; lack of vanity or pretense. [2 definitions]
modicum a small or modest amount.
modification the act of modifying, or the condition of being modified. [5 definitions]
modifier someone or something that modifies. [2 definitions]
modify to alter somewhat; make changes in. [4 definitions]
modish being in or according to current fashion or style; fashionable.
modiste one who designs, makes, or deals in fashionable or stylish clothes, esp. women's dresses and hats.
modular of or relating to a module or modules. [2 definitions]
modulate to adjust or adapt to a particular measure or proportion. [6 definitions]
modulation the act or process of modulating, or the condition of being modulated. [3 definitions]
module a part or unit used as a standard for measuring, as in building. [4 definitions]
modulus in mathematics, the absolute value of a complex number, computed by adding the squares of each element, then finding the square root of the resulting sum. [2 definitions]
modus operandi a method of accomplishing something; way of working.
modus vivendi method of living; way of getting along. [2 definitions]
Mogadishu the seaport capital of Somalia.