(Caribbean) a carnival
music played for a carnival, or a band playing this
an informal word for mother1
Yo-Yo (ˈjəʊjəʊ). born 1955, US cellist, born in France to Chinese parents
Master of Arts
(psychol) mental age
Morocco (international car registration)
1823, childish or colloquial shortening of mamma.
MA or M.A.
Modula-2 Algebra System. Runs on IBM PC, Atari, Amiga.
[“Modula-2 Algebra System”, H. Kredel, Proc DISCO 90 Capri, LNCS 429, Springer 1990, pp270-271].
mobile atmospheric spectrometer
Latin Magister Artium (Master of Arts)
Morocco (international vehicle ID)
[mah-suh; Spanish mah-sah] /ˈmɑ sə; Spanish ˈmɑ sɑ/ noun, Mexican Cookery. 1. flour or dough made of dried, ground corn, used especially for tortillas.
[mah-saht-chaw; English muh-sah-chee-oh] /mɑˈsɑt tʃɔ; English məˈsɑ tʃiˌoʊ/ noun 1. (Tommaso Guidi) 1401–28? Italian painter. /Italian maˈzattʃo/ noun 1. original name Tommaso Guidi. 1401–28, Florentine painter. He was the first to apply to painting the laws of perspective discovered by Brunelleschi. His chief work is the frescoes in the Brancacci chapel in the church of […]
[muh-sah-duh; Hebrew muh-tsah-dah] /məˈsɑ də; Hebrew mə tsɑˈdɑ/ noun 1. a mountaintop fortress in E Israel on the SW shore of the Dead Sea: site of Zealots’ last stand against the Romans during revolt of a.d. 66–73. /məˈsɑːdə/ noun 1. an ancient mountaintop fortress in Israel, 400 m (1300 ft) above the W shore of […]
[muh-sahy] /məˈsaɪ/ noun, plural Masais (especially collectively) Masai. 1. a member of an African people inhabiting the highlands of Kenya and Tanzania and having a largely pastoral economy and a society based on the patrilineal clan. 2. the Nilotic language of the Masai. /ˈmɑːsaɪ; mɑːˈsaɪ; ˈmæsaɪ/ noun 1. (pl) -sais, -sai. a member of a […]