[mahk-soo r-uh] /mɑkˈsʊər ə/
(in a mosque) a screen or partition enclosing an area for prayer or a tomb.
[mak-soo-tawf, -tof] /ˈmæk sʊˌtɔf, -ˌtɒf/ noun 1. a reflecting telescope in which coma and spherical aberration are reduced to a minimum by a combination of a spherical mirror and a meniscus lens placed inside the radius of curvature of the mirror.
mortar, a place in or near Jerusalem inhabited by silver merchants (Zeph. 1:11). It has been conjectured that it was the “Phoenician quarter” of the city, where the traders of that nation resided, after the Oriental custom.
[muh-kwah] /məˈkwɑ/ noun 1. a member of a people living in northern Mozambique and adjacent regions of Tanzania and Malawi. 2. the Bantu language spoken by the Makua.
/məˈkɜːdɪ/ noun 1. a port in E central Nigeria, capital of Benue State on the Benue River: agricultural trade centre. Pop: 259 000 (2005 est)