Max’imum and Minimum.
Max’imus or Max’ime (2 syl.).
May.
May
May-day.
May-duke Cherries.
May Meetings.
May Molloch,
May-pole, May-queen, etc.
May-pole (London).
Mayeux.
“Mayflower” (The).
Mayonnaise.
Mayor.
Mayor of Garratt.
Mayor of the Bull-ring (Old Dublin).
Mayors of the Palace (Maire du Palais).
Maz’arinades (4 syl.).
Mazarine Bible (The).
Mazeppa (Jan),
Mazer.
Maz’ikeen or Shedeem.
Mazzi’ni-ism.
Meal or Malt (In).
Meal-tub Plot.
Meals.
Mealy-mouthed
Mean’der (3 syl.).
Measure.
Measure Strength (To).
Measure Swords (To).
Measure for Measure (Shakespeare).
Measure One’s Length on the Ground (To).
Measure Other People’s Corn.
Meat, Bread.
Mec (French).
Mecca’s Three Idols.
Meche (French).
Medam’othi (Greek, never in any place).
Médard (St.).
Mede’a.
Mede’a’s Kettle or Caldron,
Medham [the keen].
Mediæval or Middle Ages
Me’dian Apples.
Median Stone (The).
Medicine,
Medicinal Days.
Medicinal Hours.
Medi’na.
Mediterranean (Key of the).
Me’dium (A),
Medo’ra.
Medo’ro (in Orlando Furioso).
Medu’sa.
Meerschaum (2 syl., German, sea-froth.)
Meg.
Meg Dods.
Meg Merrilies (in Sir W. Scott’s Guy Mannering).
Mega’rian School.
Mega’rians (The).
Megathe’rium (Greek, great-beast).
Me’grims.
Meigle (in Strathmore).
Meiny (2 syl.).
Meissonier-like Exactness.
Meistersingers.
Mejnoun and Leiiak.
Melampode (3 syl.).
Mel’ancholy.
Mel’ancholy Jacques (1 syl.).
Melanch’thon
Melan’tius.
Melanuros.
Melchior, Kaspar, and Balthazar.
Melchisedeo’ians.
Melea’ger.
Melesig’enes.
Mele’tians.
Melia’dus (King).
Melibe’us or Melibe.
Melibœ’an Dye.
Melicer’tes (4 syl.).
Mel’ior.
Melisen’dra.
Melis’sa (in Orlando Furioso).
Mell Supper.
Mellifiuous Doctor (The).
Mel’on.
Melons (French).
Melons.
Melpom’ene (4 syl.).
Melrose Abbey (Register of)
Melus’ina.
Mélusines (3 syl.).
Melyhalt (Lady).
Memento Mori (A).
Memnon.
Mem’orable.
Mem’ory.
Men in Buckram.
Men of Kent.
Men of Lawn.
Men are but Children of a Larger Growth.
Me’nah.
Menal’cas.
Me’nam.
Menam’ber.
Mendicants.
Mendo’za (Daniel),
Menech’mians.
Menec’rates (4 syl.).
Mane’via.
Meng-tse.
Me’nie (2 syl.).
Menip’pos,
Men’nonites (3 syl.).
Men’struum means a monthly dissolvent (Latin, mensis),
Mental Hallucinations.
Mentor.
Me’nu.
Meo Peric’ulo (Latin).
Mephib’osheth,
Mephistoph’eles, Mephistoph’ilis, Mephostoph’ilus.
Mercador Amante
Merca’tor’s Projection is Mercator’s chart or map for nautical purposes.
Merchant of Venice.
Mer’cia.
Mercu’rial.
Mercu’rial Finger (The).
Mercuriale (4 syl., French).
Mer’cury.
Mercury,
Mercury Fig.
Mercu’tio.
Mercy.
Meredith (Owen).
Meridian (A).
Meri’no Sheep.
Mer’ioneth
Merian (French).
Merlin.
Merlin Chair (A).
Merlo or Melo (Juan de).
Mermaids.
Mermaid’s Glove [Chalina oculata],
Mermaids’ Purses.
Mer’op.
Merops’ Son or A son of Merops.
Merovin’gian Dynasty.
Merrie England
Merrow.
Merry.
Merry Andrew.
Merry Dancers.
Merry Dun of Dover.
Merry Men (My).
Merry Men of Mey.
Merry Monarch.
Merry-thought.
Merry as a Cricket, or as a Lark, or as a Grig.
Merse.
Mersenne (2 syl.).
Merton (Tommy).
Merton College.
Meru.
Merveilleuse (3 syl., French).
Mes’merism.
Mesopota’mia.
Mess = 4.
Messali’na.
Messali’na of Germany (The).
Metalo’gicus,
Metals.
Metamor’phic Rocks.
Metamorphic Words.
Metaphys’ics (Greek, after-physics).
Metasta’sio.
Metathesis.
Methodical.
Meth’odists.
Meth’uen Treaty.
Meton’ic Cycle (The).
Metra.
Metropol’itan (A).
Mettre de la Paille dans ses Souliers, or Mettre du Foin dans ses Bottes.
Me’um and Tu’um.
Mews.
Mexit’li.
Mezen’tius,
Mezzo Relie’vo.
Mezzo Tinto (Italian, medium tint).
Mezzora’mia.
Micah Rood’s Apples.
Micawber (Mr. Wilkins).
Micawberism.
Mi’chael.
Michael Angelo.
Michaelmas Day,
Michal,
Michel or Cousin Michael.
Miching Malicho.
Michon,
Mickleton Jury (The).
Microcosm.
Mid-Lent Sunday.
Mi’das.
Midas-eared.
Midden.
Middle Ages.
Middlesex.
Midgard.
Midgard Sormen (earth’s monster).
Midi.
Midlo’thian.
Midnight Oil.
Midrash’im (sing. Midrash).
Midsummer Ale.
Midsummer Madness.
Midsummer Men.
Midsummer-Moon Madness.
Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Midwife (Anglo-Saxon, mid, with; wif, woman).
Miggs (Miss).
Mignon.
Mikado (Japan, mi, exalted; kado, gate),
Mike.
Mil’an Decree (The).
Mil’an Steel.
Mil’ane’se (3 syl.).
Milden’do.
Mildew
Mile’sian Fables.
Milesian Story or Tale (A).
Mile’sians (The).
Milk.
Milk and Honey.
Milk and Water.
Milk of Human Kindness (The).
Milksop (A).
Milky Way (The).
Mill.
Mills of God grind slowly (The).
Millen’nium
Miller.
Miller.
Miller’s Eye (A).
Miller’s Thumb (A).
Milliner.
Millstone.
Millstone used for a Ferry (A).
Millstones.
Millstones of Montisci (The).
Millwood (Sarah).
Mi’lo.
Milton
Mi’mer.
Mi’mer’s Well.
Mimo’sa.
Mince (French).
Mince Pies
Mince the Matter.
Mincemeat.
Minch-house (A).
Mincing Lane (London).
Min’cio or Min’tio.
Mind your Eye.
Mind your Own Business.
Minden Boys.
Minerva (in Greek, Athe’n).
Minerva.
Minerva Press (The).
Mini’ature (3 syl.).
Minie Rifle.
Minims (Latin, Fratres Min’imi, least of the brethren).
Min’ister
Minna Troil.
Minneha’ha [Laughing-water].
Min’ne’singers.
Min’ories (3 syl.) (London).
Mi’nos.
Mi’notaur [Minos-bull].
Minot’ti.
Minstrel
Mint.
Min’uit (2 syl.).
Min’ute.
Min’ute Gun.
Miol’nier (3 syl.) [the crusher].
Mir’abel.
Miracles (Latin, miraclum).
Miram’olin.
Mir’amont.
Miran’da.
Mirror of Human Salvation.
Mirror of King Ryence (The).
Mirror of Knighthood (The).
Mirrors.
Mirza.
Mis’creant (3 syl.)
Mise-money.
Misers.
Misere’re (4 syl.).
“Misfortune will never Leave Me till I Leave It,”
Mishna.
Misnomers.
Mispris’ion.
Miss, Mistress, Mrs.
Miss is as Good as a Mile (A).
Missing Link (The).
Mississip’pi Bubble.
Mis’tletoe.
Mistletoe Bough.
Mistress Roper.
Mistress of the Night (The).
Mistress of the World.
Mi’ta.
Mitaine.
Mite.
Mith’ra or Mith’ras.
Mith’ridate (3 syl.).
Mitre.
Mitre Tavern (The).
Mitten.
Mit’timus (Latin).
Mitton.
Mixon.
Mizentop, maintop, foretop.
Mjölnir (pron. youl-ner).
Mnemos’yn (4 syl.).
Moabite Stone (The).
Moakkibat.
Moat.
Mob.
Mob-cap (A).
Mo’bilise.
Mock-beggar Hall or Manor.
Mockery.
Modal’ity,
Modish (Lady Betty),
Mo’do.
Mo’dred,
Mods.
Mo’dus Operandi (Latin).
Modus Vivendi (A).
Mofus’sil (East Indies).
Mogul Cards.
Moha’di [Mohammed].
Mohair.
Mohak’abad’ (Al).
Mohocks.
Mohun.
Mohyronus (Edricius).
Moiré Antique (French)
Mokan’na.
Molière.
Mo’linism.
Moll (Kentish).
Moll Cutpurse.
Moll Flanders.
Moll Thomson’s Mark.
Molly.
Molly Coddle (A).
Molly Maguires.
Molly Mog.
Molmu’tius.
Moloch.
Mo’ly.
Mome (French),
Mo’miers (French, men of mummery).
Mommur.
Mo’mus.
Momus’s Lattice or Window.
Mo’naciel’lo [little monk].
Monarchi’ans.
Mon’archy.
Monday Pops.
Money.
Money makes the Mare to go.
Monim’ia,
Monism.
Monitor.
Monk,
Monk Lewis.
Monk listening to a Bird.
Monk of Westminster.
Monkey (A).
Monkey = the Devil;
Monkey,
Monkey Board.
Monkey Boat.
Monkey Jacket.
Monkey-puzzle.
Monkey Spoons.
Monkey with a Long Tail (A).
Monkey’s Allowance.
Monkey’s Money.
Mon’kir and Na’kir,
Monmouth.
Monmouth Cap.
Monmouth Street (London)
Monnaie de Basoche.
Mono’nia (3 syl.).
Monoph’agous.
Monoph’ysites (4 syl.).
Monoth’elism
Monroe Doctrine.
Monsieur.
Monsieur de Paris.
Monsoon
Monster (The).
Monsters.
Mont,
Mont de Piété.
Mont St. Michel,
Montagnards [the mountain party].
Mon’tague (3 syl.).
Monta’nists.
Montan’to.
Monteer Cap.
Monteith’.
Montem.
Monte’ro-cap (A)
Montesinos (The Cave of).
Montezu’ma’s Realm.
Montezu’ma’s Watch.
Montfaucon Watch (A).
Montgomery,
Month of Sundays (A).
Month’s Mind (A).
Months.
Monthawi (Al),
Montjoie St. Denis.
Montrognon (Baron of),
Montserrat’.
Monumental City.
Monumental Effigies.
Monumental Figures.
Monumental Figures.
Monumental Figures.
Monumental Figures.
Monumental Inscriptions.
Moohel.
Moon
Moon-calf
Moon-drop.
Moon-maker [Sagendë Nah],
Moon-rakers.
Moon’s Men.
Moonlight Flitting (A).
Moonstone.
Moor-slayer or Mata-moros.
Moors.
Moore (Thomas),
Moot Point (A).
Moots
Mop.
Mora-stone,
Moral.
Moralist.
Moran’s Collar
Morasteen [great stone].
Morat.
Moratorium.
Mora’vians or Bohemian Brethren.
Morbleu! (French).
More.
More Kicks than Ha’pence.
More Last Words.
More of More Hall.
More the Merrier (The).
More one has, the More he Desires (The).
More’no (3 syl.).
Morestone.
Morgan le Fay. (See below.)
Morgan le Fay, Morgaine la Fée, or Morgana the Fairy.
Morganat’ic Marriage (A).
Morgane (2 syl.).
Morgans.
Morgan’te.
Morgante Maggio’re.
Morgia’na.
Morglay.
Morgue,
Morgue la Faye,
Moribund.
Moriso’nianism.
Morley (Mrs.).
Morma,
Mormon.
Mormon Creed.
Mormonism.
Morning.
Morning Star of the Reformation.
Morocco.
Morocco Men (The).
Moros.
Morpheus (2 syl., the Sleeper).
Morrel.
Morrice (Gil or Chld).

 
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