Translingual

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Etymology

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Borrowed from Latin mūsculus (muscle).

Noun

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m. (plural mm.)

  1. (anatomy) muscle

English

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Adjective

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m.

  1. Abbreviation of masculine.
    Synonym: m
  2. (chiefly genealogy) Abbreviation of married.
  3. Abbreviation of minimum.

Noun

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m. (plural ms.)

  1. Alternative form of m (abbreviation of "mile", etc)
    • 1825, Benjamin Pitts Capper, A Topographical Dictionary of the United Kingdom, page 217:
      Clunbury, a hamlet and chapelry to the par. of the same name, hund. of Purslow, Salop. 5 m. from Bishop's Castle, and 153 from London; cont. 63 ho. and 359 inhab.

Czech

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Adjective

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m. (not comparable)

  1. (grammar) Abbreviation of mužský (masculine): m.
    Coordinate terms: ž., s.

Danish

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Preposition

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m.

  1. Abbreviation of med.

Dutch

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Pronunciation

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Noun

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m.

  1. Abbreviation of mark.

Esperanto

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Verb

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m.

  1. Abbreviation of mortinta (died).

German

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Alternative forms

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  • m (without period but with italics; in dictionaries and in grammar)

Preposition

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m.

  1. Abbreviation of mit (with).

Adjective

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m. (indeclinable)

  1. (also grammar) Abbreviation of männlich.
  2. (grammar) Abbreviation of maskulin.

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Hungarian

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Pronunciation

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Adjective

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m. (not comparable)

  1. Abbreviation of magyar (Hungarian).

Declension

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Inflection (stem in -o-, back harmony)
singular plural
nominative m. m.-ok
accusative m.-t m.-okat
dative m.-nak m.-oknak
instrumental m.-ral m.-okkal
causal-final m.-ért m.-okért
translative m.-rá m.-okká
terminative m.-ig m.-okig
essive-formal m.-ként m.-okként
essive-modal
inessive m.-ban m.-okban
superessive m.-on m.-okon
adessive m.-nál m.-oknál
illative m.-ba m.-okba
sublative m.-ra m.-okra
allative m.-hoz m.-okhoz
elative m.-ból m.-okból
delative m.-ról m.-okról
ablative m.-tól m.-októl
non-attributive
possessive - singular
m.-é m.-oké
non-attributive
possessive - plural
m.-éi m.-okéi

Derived terms

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Lithuanian

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Noun

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m.

  1. Abbreviation of metai (year).
  2. Abbreviation of miestas (city).

Spanish

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Etymology

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Abbreviation of Latin meridiēs (noon).

Noun

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m.

  1. noon
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