Completed Units in Word Info and Get Words Sites That Have Been Enhanced and Upgraded

(all of the enhanced units present parts of speeches (when applicable), have definitions for word entries, and clarifying sentences in context)

lumen-, lumin-, lum-
Latin: light, shine; torch, lamp; heavenly body; in this unit.
lustr-, lust-
Latin: light up, shine; in this unit.
luto-, lut-, luv-, lu-
Latin: wash, clean; washing of water against the shore; a flood; in this unit.
Latin: excess, excessive, have to excess; abundant, abundance; grow profusely, profuseness; in this unit.
mal-, male-, mali-
Latin: bad, badly, harsh, wrong; ill; evil; abnormal, defective; used primarily as a prefix; in this unit.
manu-, man-, mani-, mandat-, manda-
Latin: hand, hands; in this unit.
Greek: derived from an ancient town in Greece, northeast of Athens; as a result of an important Greek victory over the Persians in 490 B.C.; in this unit.
Greek: winding; from a winding river; by extension, curving, walking around slowly, drifting, wandering, roaming, going around aimlessly; in this unit.
medita-, meditat-
Latin: from meditatus; a form of meditare, to muse, to ponder; to think over, to consider; to think, to reflect; in this unit.
menda-, mendac-
Latin: untruthful, lying, lies, deceitful; in this unit.
Latin: mendicare, to beg; a beggar; an infirm, wretched, miserable person; in this unit.
menisc-, menisco-
Greek meniskos > Latin meniscus: a crescent-shaped body, a crescent-shaped structure, sickle-shaped, lunar crescent, semilunar cartilage; diminutive of mene, "moon"; in this unit.
mento-, ment-, menti-; mental [chin]
Latin: mentum, the chin unit.
Latin: stench, stinking odor; poisonous smell, harmful fumes; in this unit.
mirac-, mira-, mir-
Latin: to wonder at, wonderful; causing one to smile; in this unit.

Also see this Completed Units of Special Compositions, Topics, or Subjects That Provide Special Information about specific word-entry units.