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m assuage - To pacify a large body of angry people by giving group lower spine massages.

e.g., Will the world never learn that it's better not to confront crowds of protesters with brutal police and guns, but to m assuage them with soft-handed masseuses and warm body lotion?

submitted by Charlie Lesko

m the m - Make the move.

e.g., I really like Mike. I wish he would m the m.

submitted by Tiffany

m$ - An alternative way of writing MS, which is short for Microsoft. Used by web message board posters who think that Microsoft might be money-driven.

e.g., I can't believe how much M$ is charging for that software upgrade!

submitted by Purple Martin

m'ain - Variation of man.

e.g., Hey, m'ain! Grab me a beer from the fridge.

submitted by Jim

m'air - Redneck for "them there."

e.g., Bob, hand me m'air long hanl'ed underwair.

submitted by cutlasss

m'enh - Either way, or whatever

e.g., Person 1: "Do you want to go to a movie or stay in?" Person 2: "M'enh"

submitted by Ian

m, mb obsessive - The combination of letters that describes one person as being obbsesed with the Maybach, Mercedes-Benz automotive.

e.g., I'm M, MB obsessive because I slept in the Maybach assembly line.

submitted by RC3

m-ticket - © Michael Quinion -- 16 September 2006 Newsletter M-ticket This has recently joined a small group of words beginning in m- (for mobile, as in mobile phone), including m-commerce, m-payment and m-voting. M-tickets, say to a pop concert or for a bus journey, are bought by mobile phone with the purchaser later identified either by a confirmation number or by a text message on his phone which he can show the checker. Since Americans generally call the devices cellphones, the term seems likely not to catch on in the USA.

e.g., Bert: Oops, I just remembered. I forgot to get tickets for Foghat Saturday, and I don't have my moby with me. You've got yours. Could you get me some m-tickets? I can pay you right now, whatever they cost. Ernie: Sorry, no m-tickets for me. Bert: Why not? I said I'd pay you. You'd get the time value of the money until it showed up on your bill. Ernie: Nope. I think it's too subject to bogus charges showing up on my bill. Bert: Yeah, but you probably wouldn't have to pay in the end. Ernie: Sure enough, but who needs the hassle. I'm damn sure not gonna be m-voting.

submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

m-word - Mexican, or Mexico. It seems you can get fired for referring to someone from Mexico as a Mexican.

e.g., Phanarath: "What about roadsigns showing the way to Mexico. Some day soon they will have to be taken down, or they might be seen as insulting to the country they point to, that country down south, eeh, of the US, you know the M-word, under Texas.    "What about the state New Mexico. We might want to start calling it New M-word.    "The personnel at the borders between the US and M-word will have to be instructed to stop asking people who cross where they are from and where they going, since doing so could be seen as a kind of entrapment. And we can't have official who try to lure people into using hateful and insulting words.    "Anyone who asks an M-wordian where he or she is from will have to be arrested for trying to get others to use illegal language."

submitted by HD Fowler

m.a.c.h.o. - Male(s) Acting Childish, Hormonal, (and) Obnoxious. Used with a touch of sarcasm.

e.g., (random guy is picking on someone.) Observer: "Oh, how MACHO."

submitted by sorakirei - (www)

m.d.l - Mutton dressed as lamb

e.g., "an older lady, usually divorced, dressing in fashions which are way too young for her."

submitted by nciky

m.i.l.f - Mom I'd Like to Fuck.

e.g., Dude, your mom's hot. She is a total M.I.L.F

submitted by Kelsey Garczynski

m.i.p. - Mullet In Progress.

e.g., Hey, Sven, check out that MIP over there. Another inch in the back and he'll have a fully matured mullet.

submitted by Slojewnamedpru

m.u.s.h. - Martian Underground Sewer Habitat -- multi-purpose sewer system and population housing complex.

e.g., It's complex yet simple in its design and logical effectiveness. M.U.S.H. is a solid choice for both natives and visiting travelers from Earth and beyond

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

m1 thumb - An Army term. When the U.S. Army used M1 rifles, the right thumb had to go into the breech to press the release to close it. If the thumb wasn't pulled out quickly enough, it would get caught and mashed hard. The nail would turn black and it would be sore for weeks.

e.g., I was the only guy in our outfit to have an M1 thumb on both my right and left hands.

submitted by Steve McDonald

ma! - Word used when you want to say something bad but can't.

e.g., "Hey, Matt, let me go to your house""No, my mom says you can't.""MA!"

submitted by Ivan Gonzalez - (www)

ma-sheen - Pronounced like "machine," this refers to someone who excessively drinks, smokes, and flirts. A nickname given to Charlie Sheen in his heyday.

e.g., Albert: "I saw Rich smoking a cigar, drinking a Guinness, and talking to this fine lady." Paul: "Yeah, he is a ma-sheen."

submitted by natmac

maal - Seductive, sexy babe. In pathetic clothes, so not chic.

e.g., Jennifer Lopez looked maal at the Oscars. That dress was a tornado leftover.

submitted by ashwin

maaliin - (Rhymes with BALL-dean; n.) 1. A queue of Finns; 2. The borders of Finland or of any region of Finland; 3. The shifting border between Finland and Russia, including the controversies concerning Karelia, Salla, and Petsamo; 4. Any strategy used by Finnish guys to pick up girls (or vice versa ... or something, now); 5. The goal in a race or other competition. [From Suomi maaliin"finish line."]

e.g., "Look at that Maaliin at the theater!" "Yeah, they say it's a good movie, but it has no subtitles, and it's all in Suomi." | "Are we in Finland yet?" "Yep, just barely passed the Maaliin a kilometer or two back." | "Finland fought two wars with Russia after it gained independence ... it was all about the maaliin between them." | "What did he say?" "He said 'Olet kuuma; ulkona on kylmä. Voinko lämmittää itseni kanssa hotness?'" "Which means what?" "Um, you are hot, and I am cold: can I warm myself on your hotness ... ... I think." "Is that even the correct way to say that?" "I dunno: but it's a really weak Maaliin." | "You're in second place! Just keep peddling: the maaliin's just around the hill!"

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

mabel - Or "to pull a mabel." To do something ridiculous (like fall in public for no reason, spill food on yourself at a high-class restaurant) or say something extremely old-fashioned or uncool.

e.g., Abner pulled a Mabel and dropped our Icees on the floor.

submitted by Absalom Isham

mabey - This used to just be a misspelling of "maybe," but eventually I used it in school. I use it in place of maybe, but it isn't the same. It's less likely to happen than "maybe."

e.g., Mabey the Earth will crash into the sun tomorrow.

submitted by Vanessa

mac town - Another name for the fast food restaurant McDonalds.

e.g., Hey, anybody wanna go to Mac Town?

submitted by Claire Thompson

mac's razor - If anything bad can happen, it usually won't, until you're convinced that it won't, then it will.

e.g., I thought I had beaten the odds and was home free. Then the boom was lowered and Mac's Razor had caught me again.

submitted by Steve McDonald

mac's rule - If you think that no one notices you despite all the good things you do, just try doing something bad and you'll find that everyone notices you.

e.g., I picked up all the trash on the street, but then dropped one little thing and got busted for littering, proving Mac's Rule.

submitted by Steve McDonald

mac-thing - The word that a PC Wintel-using HTML programming geek uses to try and disguise his sloppy non-cross-platform programming skills. Usually said with an air of indignance.

e.g., Um, well, no - that table won't look right to you - it's a Mac-thing. Now, if you look at it on my PC...

submitted by :bRETT: - (www)

macaca moment - What you call it when someone misuses a word she's heard but doesn't realize how offensive it is. | That moment when a politician says something that offends voters and it costs her an election she was expected to win.

e.g., No one should use a word or phrase unless she understands what it means in the context she’s using it in. Doing otherwise can lead to macaca moments. | George Allen had his macaca moment in 2006. | Steve Largent had his macaca moment in 2002 when he used a profanity in a televised press interview -- but no one knew at the time it might later be called that.

submitted by HD Fowler

macadoodledandys - Fast-food restaurant McDonald's.

e.g., I'm starving. I'd love sumpin' from macadoodledandys right now.

submitted by Conor Farrell

macarooni - Itsa pasta treat, with honey and nuts and shredded coconut -- hold the pasta sauce, please.

e.g., If you'd like to try some nice dessert pasta, do have a chunk of homemade macarooni. My mama makes it best.

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

macca - Similar to seed, one who is humorous, but in a disturbingly perverted way.

e.g., Ian, you are a macca. Don't talk about my sister like that.

submitted by macca

maccaholic - One who is compulsively addicted to Paul McCartney. Self-profession for fans.

e.g., Only a maccaholic would attend twenty-five Paul McCartney concerts in one week. | You're right. I'm a maccaholic.

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