[ mˈɛntəm], [ mˈɛntəm], [ m_ˈɛ_n_t_ə_m]
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How to use "Mentum" in context?
The word "mÃ„â€œn-tur" is a Latin word that means "emo-
tion, passion, enthusiasm." It can be used to describe an
independent, confident, and strong character. And while it
might not be the most popular word, it has a lot to offer when it comes to
understanding oneself and others.
A person with a strong sense of their own mentum can be incredibly
independent, confident, and strong. They know who they are, and they don't shy
away from doing what they want.
Homophones for Mentum:
- mention, madden, mohammedan, mdma, Maundy Money, medina, maiden, median, methenamine, minuteman, menadione, manhattan, manawyddan, muhammadan, montane, mantinea, mean time, methionine, metonym, methadone, matman, madonna, menhaden, moth-eaten, motown, meantime, modem, myotomy, mud hen, mahatma, metonymy, man-to-man, mountain anemone, mentation, methane, methadon, meatman, minden, medan, myotonia, momentum, meditation, mutiny, midden, madman, mountain man, mouton, muton, mitten, maintenon, maintain, monition, Mount Etna, medium, monotone, muadhdhin, maianthemum, Mt Etna, Mount Whitney, mountain, motion, mow down, mutton, mantineia, mutation, matinee, Mindanao, montana, munition, madwoman, monotony, Mutawa'een, manawydan, mediation, Mandean, mid-may, madame, Mandaean, mundane, myodynia, montanan, mithan, madam, maiden name, monodon, mid-on, muhammedan.
Holonyms for Mentum:
Hyponym for Mentum:
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