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macron a mark ( - ). It is placed over a vowel to show that the vowel is long.
mad crazy; insane. [6 definitions]
Madagascar an island country in the Indian Ocean off the coast of southern Africa. Antananarivo is the capital of Madagascar.
madam (sometimes capitalized) a polite word to use when talking to a woman.
madame a formal or polite way to address a married woman. (abbreviation: Mme.)
made past tense and past participle of make.
mademoiselle a French title for a girl or woman who is not married. The abbreviation is Mlle.
made-up not real or true; invented. [2 definitions]
Madrid the capital city of Spain.
magazine a printed collection of stories, pictures, articles, and advertisements. Magazines come out weekly, monthly, or at some other regular period of time. [2 definitions]
magenta the color that comes from mixing red and purple paint.
maggot the larva of flies and certain other insects. Maggots do not have legs or wings.
magic mysterious control of physical forces or events through spells or special ceremonies. [4 definitions]
magical of or made by magic.
magician a person who has skill in magic and entertains people with magic tricks.
magma hot, liquid matter beneath the earth's surface that cools to form igneous rock. Magma that reaches the earth's surface, as when a volcano erupts, is called lava.
magnesium a light, silver-white metal that is a chemical element. It burns brightly when heated and is used for making fireworks. (symbol: Mg)
magnet an object that has the power to pull items made of iron toward itself.
magnetic having to do with magnets and the way they work. [2 definitions]
magnetic field the space around a magnet in which a magnetic force is active.
magnetic pole either of the two points of a magnet where the lines of magnetic force meet and are strongest. [2 definitions]