Word Unit: -ment (Latin: a suffix; result of, means of, act of; place of action)
Word Unit: menti-, ment- (Latin: mens, mentalis; mind, intellectual faculties; mental; memory)

Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving the "mind, mental" word units: anima-; anxi-; deliri-; hallucina-; moro-; noo-; nous; phreno-; psych-; thymo-2.

Word Unit: mento-, ment-, menti-; mental [chin] (Latin: mentum, the chin)
Word Unit: Mentor (an advisor or wise counselor)
Word Unit: mephiti- (Latin: stench, stinking odor; poisonous smell, harmful fumes)
Word Unit: mer-, mero-, meri-, -mer, -merous, -mere, -meric, -meristic + (Greek: part, partial, referring to parts; segment; incomplete)
Word Unit: merci- (Latin: merx, wares, merchandise)
Word Unit: merci- (Having or showing feelings and compassions)
Word Unit: Mercury, words from myths (messenger of the Roman gods; first planet from the sun)
Word Unit: merg-, mers- (Latin: dip, dive, plunge; rise out of a liquid; combine into one)
Word Unit: merinth-, merintho- + (Greek: cord, line, string)
Word Unit: merit-, meri-, mere- (Latin: to deserve; to earn, to acquire, to gain; entitled to)
Word Unit: Mesmerism (precursor of hypnotism, believed by Mesmer to involve animal magnetism)
Word Unit: Mesmerism and Benjamin Franklin (magnetic therapies doubted by other "scientists")
Word Unit: meso-, mes-, mesi- (Greek: middle, intermediate; close to a center line; between)
Word Unit: Messages to and from Virgnia (See if this works for communications)
Word Unit: meta-, met-, meth- (Greek: after, behind, beyond; changed in form, altered; higher [used to designate a higher degree of a branch of science])
Word Unit: metallo-, metall- (Greek: mineral, metal)
Word Unit: meteoro-, meteor- + (Greek: upraised, high up; in the air; anything raised from the ground, high, lofty; hovering in the air; hence, "heavenly body, atmospheric phenomenon")