[mah-hwah] /ˈmɑ ʰwɑ/
any of several trees of the genus Madhuca, of the sapodilla family, native to India, the Malay Peninsula, and southeastern Asia, especially M. latifolia, the flowers of which are used, fresh or dried, for food or are fermented to prepare an intoxicating drink.
[mah-hwahng] /ˈmɑˈʰwɑŋ/ noun 1. a Chinese shrub, Ephedra sinica, that is a source of ephedrine.
/ˈmɑːhɪ/ noun 1. Margaret. 1936–2012. New Zealand writer for children. Her books include A Lion in the Meadow (1969), The Changeover (1984), and Alchemy (2002)
[Sephardic Hebrew mahkh-zohr; Ashkenazic Hebrew mahkh-zohr, -zawr, -zuh r] /Sephardic Hebrew mɑxˈzoʊr; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈmɑx zoʊr, -zɔr, -zər/ noun, plural mahzorim [Sephardic Hebrew mahkh-zaw-reem; Ashkenazic Hebrew mahkh-zoh-rim] /Sephardic Hebrew mɑx zɔˈrim; Ashkenazic Hebrew mɑxˈzoʊ rɪm/ (Show IPA). English, mahzors. Hebrew. 1. a Jewish prayer book designed for use on festivals and holy days. /maxˈzɔr; English […]
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