What is the correct spelling for MUTHA?
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- maths Bhardwaj graduated in Maths , Statistics and Physics with Honours.
- mirth He laughed softly, gracefully, with genuine mirth .
- mithra Osiris, Bacchus, and Mithra , Hermes, Buddha, and Quetzalcoatl, Prometheus, Zoroaster, and Perseus, Cadom, Lao-tsze, Fo-hi, Horus and Rameses, were all sun-gods.
- moth Mother Moth , like a good moth er, had told Dizzy time and time again never to fly toward a light.
- mother It was my mother who did it.
- mouth "I took the words right out of his mouth .
- Mather On my last visit Mather told me that you were away in the country.
- Moths And now there were more moths than have ever been together in this world before, all settling on the sealskin dwarfs.
- Mouths Its constant use in the mouths of muleteers has given them the name of arrieros.
- Martha Aunt Martha would-you are not in earnest.
- Mathew In one case, that of Mathew Cox, A.B., for disobedience and mutinous conduct, the culprit proceeded civilly against Cook, on arrival in England, and the Admiralty solicitors were instructed to defend.
- administration The administration had not been denounced, and they had their black-list for Mr. Hamilton's knife.