Mailen, mailin, a farm.
Mak o', make o', to pet, to fondle.
Manteele, a mantle.
Mark, merk, an old Scots coin (13 1-3d. sterling).
Mashlum, of mixed meal.
Maskin-pat, the teapot.
Maukin, a hare.
Mavis, the thrush.
Mawn, a large basket.
Mear, a mare.
Meikle, mickle, muckle, much, great.
Melder, a grinding corn.
Mell, to meddle.
Melvie, to powder with meal-dust.
Mense, tact, discretion, politeness.
Merle, the blackbird.
Mess John, Mass John, the parish priest, the minister.
Messin, a cur, a mongrel.
Midden, a dunghill.
Midden dub, midden puddle.
Midden-hole, a gutter at the bottom of the dunghill.
Milking shiel, the milking shed.
Mim, prim, affectedly meek.
Min', mind, remembrance.
Mind, to remember, to bear in mind.
Misca', to miscall, to abuse.
Mislear'd, mischievous, unmannerly.
Mools, crumbling earth, grave.
Moop, to nibble, to keep close company, to meddle.
Mou', the mouth.
Muckle, v. meikle.
Muslin-kail, beefless broth.
Mutchkin, an English pint.