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mum4 (informal, chiefly British) mother.
mumble to speak low and indistinctly; mutter. [3 definitions]
mumbletypeg a children's game in which the players toss a knife in various prescribed ways, trying to stick the blade in the ground, with the loser having to withdraw a peg from the ground with his or her teeth.
mumbo jumbo language or ritual activity that is unintelligible, meaningless, or confusing; hocus-pocus.
mummer a masked and often costumed participant in a street carnival or parade. [2 definitions]
mummery an empty, pretentious, or hypocritical display or ceremony.
mummification the process of transforming (a dead body) into a mummy by embalming and drying.
mummify to transform (a dead body) into a mummy by embalming and drying. [3 definitions]
mummy a corpse preserved by embalming, esp. one embalmed and wrapped by or in the manner of the ancient Egyptians.
mumps (used with a sing. or pl. verb) an infectious disease, usu. affecting children, that causes inflammation of the salivary glands and sometimes of the reproductive organs.
mum's the word keep this a secret.
munch to chew vigorously and often noisily, with a crunching sound.
munchies (informal) food for snacking; snacks. [2 definitions]
mundane of or pertaining to what is common and everyday; ordinary; commonplace. [2 definitions]
Munich Pact an agreement made in 1938 by Great Britain, France, and Italy to allow Germany to annex part of Czechoslovakia.
municipal of or relating to a local government or governmental unit.
municipality an incorporated political unit or its government.
municipalize to bring under the ownership or control of a municipality. [2 definitions]
munificence great generosity or bounty; lavishness.
munificent having or showing great generosity.
munition (usu. pl.) provisions for military undertakings, such as weapons, equipment, and ammunition. [2 definitions]