5 Letter Words That Start With M: Boost Your Vocabulary

Discover a variety of five-letter words that begin with the letter “M” to enhance your vocabulary and word game strategies.

  1. Macaw- A type of colorful parrot.
  2. Macho- Exhibiting stereotypical masculinity.
  3. Madam- A polite term for a woman.
  4. Magic- The power of apparently influencing events using mysterious forces.
  5. Magma- Molten rock beneath the earth’s surface.
  6. Maize- A type of corn.
  7. Major- Significant, larger, or more important.
  8. Mambo- A type of dance originating in Cuba.
  9. Mango- A tropical stone fruit.
  10. Mania- An excessively intense enthusiasm or desire.
  11. Manor- A large country house with lands.
  12. Maple- A type of tree or its wood.
  13. March- The third month of the year.
  14. Marka- Former monetary unit of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
  15. Marks- Plural of mark, a small area on a surface having a different color.
  16. Mauve- A pale purple color.
  17. Maxim- A general truth, fundamental principle, or rule of conduct.
  18. Maybe- Perhaps; expressing possibility.
  19. Medal- A metal disc awarded as a prize or commendation.
  20. Media- The main means of mass communication.
  21. Medio- Derivative from Spanish, meaning half or middle.
  22. Melee- A confused fight or scuffle.
  23. Melon- A large, round fruit with sweet juicy flesh.
  24. Merch- Short for merchandise, goods for sale.
  25. Mercy- Compassion or forgiveness shown toward someone.
  26. Merge- Combine or cause to combine to form a single entity.
  27. Merry- Cheerful and lively.
  28. Meter- Fundamental unit of length in the metric system.
  29. Metal- A solid material typically hard, shiny, malleable, fusible, and ductile.
  30. Metre- Variant spelling of meter, used in British English.
  31. Micro- Extremely small.
  32. Midge- A type of small fly.
  33. Might- Past tense of may, used to express possibility.
  34. Milia- Small, white, benign, keratin-filled cysts that appear just under the skin.
  35. Mince- Chop up or grind (food, especially meat) into very small pieces.
  36. Minor- Lesser in importance, seriousness, or significance.
  37. Mints- More than one mint, establishments for coining money.
  38. Minus- With the subtraction of.
  39. Mirth- Amusement, especially as expressed in laughter.
  40. Miser- A person who hoards wealth and spends as little money as possible.
  41. Missy- Informal term for a young girl or young woman.
  42. Mists- Thin fog produced by very small drops of water collecting in the air.
  43. Mitch- A common nickname for Mitchell.
  44. Mixed- Consisting of different qualities or elements.
  45. Mixer- A party or device for mixing ingredients or substances.
  46. Mixes- Plural of mix, to combine or put together to form one substance or mass.
  47. Modal- Relating to mode or form.
  48. Model- A three-dimensional representation of a person or thing or of a proposed structure.
  49. Mogul- An important or powerful person, especially in the motion picture or media industry.
  50. Mohur- A historical gold coin from India.
  51. Moist- Slightly wet; damp or humid.
  52. Molar- Relating to the molars, which are the large, flat teeth at the back of the mouth.
  53. Molds- Various fungi that cause decay and decomposition.
  54. Molex- Brand name for a type of electrical connector.
  55. Molly- A type of small tropical fish.
  56. Molto- A musical term meaning “much” or “very.”
  57. Momma- Informal term for mother.
  58. Money- A current medium of exchange in the form of coins and banknotes.
  59. Monks- Religious men who live a communal life devoted to worship.
  60. Monte- A gambling card game.
  61. Month- Each of the twelve named periods into which a year is divided.
  62. Mooch- Beg or get without paying.
  63. Moods- States of mind or feeling.
  64. Moons- Natural satellites that orbit planets.
  65. Moose- A large deer with antlers found in northern forests of North America, Europe, and Asia.
  66. Moray- A type of eel found in tropical seas.
  67. Morel- An edible wild mushroom with a distinctive appearance.
  68. Morse- Referring to Morse code, a method used in telecommunication.
  69. Morty- Diminutive form of the name Mortimer.
  70. Mosts- Plural form of most, the majority of.
  71. Moths- Insects similar to butterflies with nocturnal habits and less colorful wings.
  72. Motif- A decorative design or pattern.
  73. Motor- A machine that supplies motive power.
  74. Mound- A large pile or heap of earth, stones, or other material.
  75. Mount- Climb onto (a hill, obstacle, etc.).
  76. Mourn- Feel sadness or regret.
  77. Mouse- A small rodent with a pointed nose, small rounded ears, and a long tail.
  78. Mousy- Of a dull light brown color, like that of a mouse.
  79. Mouth- The opening in the face of a person or animal, used for eating, breathing, and speaking.
  80. Moved- Past tense of move, to change position.
  81. Mover- Someone or something that moves.
  82. Moves- Plural of move, actions in moving.
  83. Movie- A recording of moving images that tells a story.
  84. Mowed- Past tense of mow, to cut down (grass or grain) with a machine.
  85. Mower- A machine or person that mows.
  86. Mucho- A lot, many (from Spanish).
  87. Mucus- A slimy substance produced in the nose and throat.
  88. Muddy- Covered in or full of mud.
  89. Muffs- Short tubes made of fur or other warm material into which the hands are placed for warmth.
  90. Mugel- An unclear or archaic term, possibly a misspelling.
  91. Muggy- Unpleasantly warm and humid.
  92. Mulch- Material spread around or over a plant to enrich or insulate the soil.
  93. Mules- Animals produced by breeding a male donkey with a female horse.
  94. Mummy- A dead body preserved by a special process.
  95. Munch- Eat something with a loud chewing noise.
  96. Muons- Elementary particles similar to electrons, with a negative charge and a spin of 1/2.
  97. Murky- Dark and dirty; not clear.
  98. Musks- Strong-smelling substances secreted by animals as a scent marker.
  99. Musky- Having a characteristic that resembles musk.
  100. Muted- Softened or subdued in sound, color, or style.

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