How to spell MAIRO correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell mairo correctly

  • cairo I heard you were in Cairo.
  • macro Macro had had a good day out there, and returned in the best of humours with himself and as hungry as usual.
  • maori I hope Mr Marlow will pay us a visit when we are settled in our new home, and bring a Maori Bible with him, and he will be able to explain the truth to Waihoura far better than I can.
  • mara It was Rekh-mara, the priest who had led them to the palace of Pharaoh-and whom Jane had looked back at through the arch, when he was counselling Pharaoh's guard to take the jewels and fly for his life.
  • mare At first, for a few minutes King suspected it was Rewa Gunga's mare, galloping over hard rock away ahead of him.
  • mari At least, that is what Mari thought, and if you lived with her you would surely think so too.
  • maria Maria Selva said softly to Benedetto: "The doctor is in Subiaco.
  • marrow Why, damme, sir, I could have made that scene in the tap-room historic; I could have made it so dramatic that it would have thrilled to the marrow every man, woman and child in the United States of America.
  • marry One day he will go away to London Town and marry a Duke's daughter."
  • mary " Mary," he said, "can you hear me?"
  • mire I can't believe she would mire herself in such a petty argument.
  • miro He smiled and put an arm around her.
  • miry MyIRy wants to buy a new dress for the party.
  • moire
  • Marie "Well, Jacques," said Jeanne- Marie, "and what did you tell the doctor?"
  • Mira She stared at the photo of her family for a long time.
  • Moira I met Moira for the first time at the party last night.
  • Moro
  • Mario Halima, with great alacrity, expressed her approval of his intention, believing that Mario would be left at home; but when the cadi told her that he would take both him and Mahmoud along with him, she changed her mind, and began to dissuade him from what she had before advised; and finally, she told him that unless she went with him she would not allow him to go at all.
  • Maura Maura was heiress of Whichello-Towers, in the north, with the broad lands appertaining.
  • Mayra I think we should invite Mayra to the party.
  • Mauro Then we'll have this Adam fireplace taken down and replaced by something Mauro-Gothic.

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