Japanese words (Katakana)
Japanese words (Romaji)
mo-ne-we | μονά(ς) (monas) | single, solitary
Thebes (Scribes 305, 306)
= μόνος (monos)
mo-ne-we exclusively appears on Theban tablets and is likely the word from which MO is derived. MO appears as a complement to ZE, which is likely derived from ze-u-ke-si. MO and ZE respectively denote singles and pairs: horses, oxen, wheels, and sometimes men.
mu-ti-ri | むっちり (mucchiri) | chubby, plump; voluptuous
PY Ep 212+ (Scribe 1) (IPN)
mu-ti-ri refers to a male.