Word Unit: -mancy, -mancer, -mantic, -mantical (Greek: used as a suffix; divination, prophecy, fortune telling; to interpret signs so “practical” decisions can be made [related to -mania])

Cross references of word families that are related directly, or indirectly, to: "divination, diviner; seer, soothsayer, prophecy, prophesy, prophet": augur-; auspic-; fa-, fate; Fates in action; futur-; omen; -phemia; sorc-, sorcery; vati-.

A cross reference of other word family units that are related directly, or indirectly, to: "chance, luck, fate": aleato-; auspic-; cad-; fortu-; serendipity; sorc; temer-; tycho-.

Word Unit: mandibulo-, mandibul-, mandibuli-; manduc-, manduca- (Latin: jaw, lower jaw; chew; from mandere, "to chew")
Word Unit: mane-, mans- (Latin: to stay, to remain, to abide)
Word Unit: mania-, -mania, -maniac, -maniacal, -manic, -manically, -maniacally (Greek: a specific mental disorder or obsessive preoccupation with something; madness, frenzy; obsession, or abnormal desire for or with something or someone; also, an excessive enthusiasm or fondness for something that is not safe or advantageous)

Cross references of word families that are related directly, or indirectly, to: "anger, angry; rage, wrath, fury; rave": fur-, furi-; ira-; lysso-; rab-, rav-.

Word Unit: mano-, man- (Greek: sparse, thin, rare; slack, loose; by extension, "gas, vapor")
Word Unit: mantel-, mantle-, -manteau + (Latin: mantellum, cloak, veil; by way of Middle English, from Old English mentel and from Old French mantel; resulting in English words about: mantle, mantel, and manteau)
Word Unit: marathon-; and related entries ending in -athon, -thon (Greek: derived from an ancient villiage in Greece, northeast of Athens; as a result of an important Greek victory over the Persians in 490 B.C.)
Word Unit: mare, mari-, mar- + (Latin: sea; ocean)

Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving the "sea" and the "ocean" bodies of water: abysso- (bottomless); Atlantic; batho-, bathy- (depth); bentho- (deep, depth); halio-, halo- (salt or "the sea"); necto-, nekto- (swimming); oceano-; pelago- (sea, ocean); plankto- (drifting); thalasso- (sea, ocean).

Word Unit: margarito- (Latin: pearls)
Word Unit: marito-, marit- (Latin: pertaining to a husband or marriage; used as a prefix)
Word Unit: Mars (Ares), words from myths (Mars [Greek: Ares], Roman god of war; fourth planet from the sun)
Word Unit: marsup- (Greek: pouch, purse)
Word Unit: martyr- (Greek: (martus, martur-); Late Greek: (martur); Late Ecclesiastical Latin (martyr), Old English (martyr), Middle English (martir); witness)
Word Unit: masca- + (Latin: specter, witch, mask, nightmare > Italian mascera > French, masque [covering to hide or to protect the face])
Word Unit: maschal- (Greek: armpit)
Word Unit: mascu-, mas- (Latin: male, manly, of or relating to men or boys; of the male sex and gender; bold, courageous)
Word Unit: massac- (Latin > French: wholesale slaughter, carnage; slaughterhouse, butchery)
Word Unit: mastic-, masti- (Latin: to chew; Greek: to gnash, grind, or rub the upper and lower teeth together)
Word Unit: mastig-, mastigo- + (Greek: whip, flog, scourge)