[muh-juhs-kyool, maj-uh-skyool] /məˈdʒʌs kyul, ˈmædʒ əˌskyul/
(of letters) capital.
large, as either capital or uncial letters.
written in such letters (opposed to ).
a majuscule letter.
a large letter, either capital or uncial, used in printing or writing
relating to, printed, or written in such letters Compare minuscule
18c. (adj)., 1825 (n.), from French majuscule (16c.), from Latin maiuscula (littera), fem. of maiusculus “somewhat larger, somewhat greater,” diminutive of maior (see major (adj.)).
/mæk/ verb 1. a Scot word for make1
[muh-kaw] /məˈkɔ/ noun, plural Makahs (especially collectively) Makah for 1. 1. a member of an American Indian people of the Olympic Peninsula in northwest Washington. 2. the Wakashan language of the Makah.
[muh-kahy] /məˈkaɪ/ adverb, Hawaii. 1. toward or by the sea; seaward: He agreed to purchase the land makai of Diamond Head Road. adverb, adjective Examples Hawaiian
[muhk-uh-loo] /ˈmʌk əˌlu/ noun 1. a mountain in the Himalayas, on the boundary between Nepal and Tibet. 27,790 feet (8470 meters). /ˈmʌkəˌluː/ noun 1. a massif in NE Nepal, on the border with Tibet in the Himalayas