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Maw
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Scottish term for Mother
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Mental
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Crazy, insane, "loco"
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Mental
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Means your not right in the head rnrn"Your propper mental you are mate"
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Miffed
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Offended
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Minted
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Wealthy
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Mong
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Idiot
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Moolah
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money, cash
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mum
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mother
also in mississippi- means to keep quiet, as in "keep mum about the robbery" Comment by: Dude   
Also used in the US depending what area of the country you're in Comment by: Feisty   
I've heard that all over the place. Loads of people in Canada use that. Comment by: Kat   
Actually, we Canadiaans use "Mom" Comment by: Brandi Dude   
I'm Canadian. I say both depending on how I'm feeling. Comment by: KP   
I'm Canadian and I say 'mum' and spell 'mum Comment by: sandray   
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Mutton
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"Cougar", as in "mutton dressed as lamb" meaning, an old girl trying to attract young males.
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