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  • mesal (not comparable) Alternative form of mesial Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster’s Dictionary, which is
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  • See also: Male, Malé, mâle, malë, måle, małe, and málé Wikipedia has an article on: male Wikipedia From Middle English male, a borrowing from Old
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  • See also: Lema and -lema First coined 1789, from Ancient Greek λήμη (lḗmē, “a humour that gathers in the corner of the eye, rheum”) lema (uncountable)
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  • See also: lamé and lamè Wikipedia has an article on: lame Wikipedia (UK, US) IPA(key): /leɪm/ Rhymes: -eɪm Rhymes: -eɪm Hyphenation: lame From
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  • See also: Alma and álma almah From colloquial Arabic عَالِمَة‏ (ʿālima, “singer”), originally a feminine adjective meaning “learned, knowledgeable”
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  • almo (feminine singular alma, masculine plural almi, feminine plural alme) fertile noble malo mola almō dative masculine singular of almus dative neuter
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  • See also: -meal IPA(key): /miːl/ Rhymes: -iːl From Middle English mel, from Old English mǣl (“measure, time, occasion, set time, time for eating
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  • See also: länk From Old English hlanc; confer German lenken (“to turn”), Gelenk (“joint”), Old High German hlanca (“hip, side, flank”), and English
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  • See also: elma A 19th century creation usually explained as a form of Wilhelmina or Italian Guglielma. It has also been recorded as a blend of Elizabeth
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  • From Proto-Indo-European *h₂el- (“to grow, nourish”). Cognate of alō, alumnus, and oleō. (Classical) IPA(key): /ˈal.mus/, [ˈaɫ.mʊs] almus (feminine alma
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