(to wander) migration, immagrate
(to send) mission, transmit
mob, mot, mov
(to move) mobile, moveable
(measure, manner) modern, mode
a. with due or ample measure, and thus comfortable, spacious, suitable, or well-appointed.
n. a noisy and confused rushing about; a turbulence or bustle.
a. leaving one country or area to settle somewhere else; n. a person who emigrates.
n. a person (or group) sent on an important, often secret, mission; a messenger or agent.
a. related to the emotions; expressive of emotion.
a. moving into a region or country for the first time; n. a person who immigrates.
v. to bring to a halt; to prevent from moving.
a. stopping and starting at intervals; periodic; pausing from time to time.
a. moving from place to place, especially seasonally or annually.
n. a small measure of; a small portion or quantity, as of something that may occur in a much larger amount.
a. in the latest manner or style; comforming to the current fashion or fad.
n. a basic statement or position from which one develops an argument; a beginning position.
(death) mortal, mortician
(new) novelty, nova
(all) omnificent, omnibus
(father) paternity, paternoster
v. to pay off or liquidate, as a debt, by installment payments; to depreciate the value of, as a building or equipment, over a period of time.
n. (the act or process of introducing) something new and different; an improvement.
a. near death, or deathlike; coming to an end; without the vitality of life.
v. to embarass publicly; to punish (oneself).
n. a person new at any task or activity; a beginner.
a. present in all places at the same time.
a. all-knowing; possessing infinite knowledge.
a. eating both animal and vegetable matter; consuming everything available, as with the mind.
n. a policy or practice of treating people or controlling situations with a strong or fatherly hand.
a person of higher or ruling class; a. noble, cultured, and aristocratic.
n. one who supports, protects, or encourages another or others- often with money.
v. to make (appear) new and fresh again; to renew.
easily cheerful and friendly; carefree and affable
to take out or remove, as from something written
to spread out according to plan; to station
typical of an artificial substitute or inferior quality; synthetic
incapable of being penetrated; unaffected by
without advance preparation; offhand
to (cause to) move back and forth, as between two points, postions, or opinions
steep or sheer; instantaneous; abrupt
to level the ground, as by destruction
to view with respect, even awe; to venerate
to take the place of something else, usually because of superior qualtities or strength; to supersede
rude in a fierce, cruel, and warlike manner