Reverse Dictionary: MA – MAF


MACARONI – nouns
– MAC macaroni …1966 Amer. sl.
– PUT UP THE FLAG a plate of macaroni …1900s US sl.
– WOP SPECIAL (not always derogatory) macaroni or spaghetti dishes …20C US sl.
– WORMS macaroni …L19 sl.
 
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS
– DUGOUT DOUG General Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964) of the US Army …1982 US sl.
– OLD CORNCOB General Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964) of the US Army …1982 US sl.
 
MACHETE – person
– MACHETERO a person who carries and uses a machete or cutlass …Bk1910
 
MACHINE, MACHINERY – adjectives
– MACHINAL  pert. to a machine or machines; mechanical …1680
– QUEER of machinery, etc.: out of order …L19 sl.
machine, machinery – nouns
– ARMSTRONG a tool or machine operated or serviced by muscular strength rather than machinery; a hand-stoked locomotive …1923 Amer. sl.
– CONTRAPTION a contrivance or device; a piece of machinery …1820s Amer. sl.
– MACHINAMENT † a contrivance, engine, machine, vehicle …1413
– MACHINATION † the use or construction of machinery …1641
– MAN-EATER a dangerous piece of machinery …1897 Amer. sl.
– MOUNT any machine …1935 Brit. sl.
– TITAN a machine of great size and power …1876
– WILLIPUS-WALLIPUS † a steamroller or other large machine; any monstrous thing …1885 Amer. dial.
machine, machinery – verbs
– PACK UP of machinery, or anything that works mechanically as the human heart: to stop working …1920s sl.
 
MACHINE GUN – see GUNS
 
MACKEREL – nouns
– BLINK a young or small mackerel …1856 Amer. dial.
– KENNEBEC TURKEY a smoked herring; sometimes a mackerel …1975 Amer. dial.
– MACKRO a mackerel; a cry used by street-hawkers of mackerel …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– SCALPEEN a pickled mackerel …1848 Ireland
 
MAD (crazy) – adjectives
– ABRAM mad …Bk1909 cant
– APESHIT crazed, infuriated, excited; mad, insane …1955 sl.
– AROUND THE BEND insane, mad …1929 sl.
– AWAY mad; unconscious; dead …1818 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– AWAY IN THE HEAD mad, out of one’s wits; also, in a drunken or drug-induced state …1894 colloq.
– AWAY IN THE MIND mad, out of one’s wits; also, in a drunken or drug-induced state …1880 colloq.
– AWAY WITH THE FAIRIES giving the impression of being mad, distracted or in a dream-world …1934
– BALMY crazy, wrong in the head, mad, idiotic, weak-minded …1891 
– BALMY IN THE CRUMPET mad, crazy …1891 Brit. sl.
– BANANAS insane, mad …1957 sl., orig. US
– BARKING insane, mad …1968 Brit. sl.
– BARKING MAD insane, mad …1968 Brit. sl.
– BAT-HOUSE crazy, mad, insane …20C sl.
– BATS crazy, very eccentric, mad to any degree …1911 UK sl.
– BATSHIT crazy, mad, insane …1984 sl.
– BEDLAM belonging to a madhouse; mad, wild, ill-behaved, foolish …a1535
– BEDLAMITE lunatic, mad …1815
– BEDLAMITISH mad, foolish …1824
– BEDLAMLIKE mad-looking …1618
– BILLED distracted, half mad …1869 Eng. dial.
– BLAH insane, mad …1924 sl.
– BONKERS insane, mad …1957 sl., orig. Brit.
– CADAZY mad, crazy …1980s UK Black sl.
– CRACKERS mad, crazy …1920s sl.
– CRAZY AS A TWO-BOB WATCH extremely mad …1954 Aust. sl.
– CUCKOO foolish; silly; witless; slightly mad …Bk1942 Amer. colloq.
– DAFFY daft; mad; crazy; silly; amusingly eccentric; foolish …1884 US sl.
– DAFT of unsound mind, crazy, insane, mad …c1325 chiefly Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– DAFT-LIKE foolish, dull-witted, mad, absurd … 1790 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– DAGENHAM mad, eccentric ,,,1990s sl.
– DATTY mad …2000s UK teen sl.
– DELEERIT gone mad, out of one’s senses …1824 Sc.
– DINGBATS crazy, mad, delusional …1925 Aust. sl.
– DO-LALLY mad, eccentric …L19 sl., orig. military
– DOOLALLY insane, mad …1925 Brit. sl., orig. services’ usage
– DOOLALLY TAP insane, mad …1925 Brit. sl., orig. services’ usage
– EAST HAM nearly mad …2001 UK sl.
– FAR GONE mad, eccentric, insane …M19 sl.
– FRENZICAL † affected with frenzy; crazy, mad; frenzied, raging; wildly enthusiastic; frantic …a1586
– FURIOUS † mad, insane …1475
– GAGA mad, esp. as a result of senility; eccentric, senile  …1920 UK sl.
– GOOFY mad …1910s sl.
– GYTE mad, out of one’s senses …1725 Sc.
– HALF AND BETWEEN of a person: slightly mad, eccentric …20C Irish sl.
– HALF AWAY mad …Bk1905 Ireland
– HARE-BRAINED stupid and heedless, reckless; rash, wild, mad …1548
– HARE-MAD mad as a March hare …a1627
– HARISH † of the nature of a hare; mad, foolish …1552
– HITE, HYTE * crazy, mad …1720 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– INSANIOUS †* pertaining to madness …1656
– LAKES (OF KILLARNEY) mad, crazy, stupid …1934 UK imperfect rhyming sl. for ‘barmy’
– LAKESY mad, eccentric …1934 rhyming sl. for ‘barmy’ (Lakes of Killarney)
– LAKEY, LAKIE mad, crazy stupid …1934 UK imperfect rhyming sl. (Lakes of Killarney)
– LOCO insane, mad …1887 sl., orig. US
– LOCOED crazy, mad, deranged …1884 Amer, dial.
– MACNOON insane, mad …1917 Aust. sl., orig. services’ usage
– MAD AS A DINGBAT, AS completely deranged or utterly furious or mad, very angry …M19 sl.
– MAD AS A HARE, AS very crazy, eccentric, mad …L14
– MAD AS A HATTER, AS very mad, utterly insane; in a rage …M19 sl.
– MAD AS A MARCH HARE, AS very crazy, eccentric, mad …16C
– MAD AS BLAZES mad as hell …1941 Amer. dial.
– MAD AS MAY-BUTTER, AS exceedingly eccentric; mad; excited …1626
– MAD-BRED bred by madness in the brain …Bk1910
– MADCAP mad, crackbrained, reckless, wildly impulsive …1588
– MADDED † mad, foolish; rendered mad; deprived of reason or intelligence; excited to fury, enraged …c1580 rare or obs.
– MADDING becoming mad; acting madly; frenzied …1579 now poetical or rhetorical
– MADDY † somewhat mad …1719
– MADFUL †* mad …a1400
– MADLING † mad …1608
– MADPASH † wild, rash, scatterbrained, insane, mad …1693 
– MAGHNOON mad, silly … L19 among troops in Egypt
– MAGNOON insane, mad …1917 Aust. sl., orig. services’ usage
– MAGNUNE insane, mad …1917 Aust. sl., orig. services’ usage
– MANGOON insane, mad …1917 Aust. sl., orig. services’ usage
– MARCH MAD † mad as a March hare …a1619
– MASHUGGAH crazy, mad …1892 sl., orig. Jewish-Amer.
– MAUKIN-MAD mad as a March hare …1787 Sc.
– MAZE mad, crazy, lunatic; uneasy, over-anxious …1842 Eng. dial.
– MAZED crazed, mad, lunatic, distraught, insane …1836 Eng. dial.
– MAZEDISH mad, confused, insane …1846 Eng. dial.
– MAZEDY mad, confused, insane …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MCNOON mad …1910s Aust. sl.
– MELANCHOLY insane; mad with anger …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MENTAL insane, mad …1927 sl.
– MESHUGA crazy, mad …1892 sl., orig. Jewish-Amer.
– MESHUGAH crazy, mad …1892 sl., orig. Jewish-Amer.
– MESHUGGA crazy, mad …1892 sl., orig. Jewish-Amer.
– MESHUGGAH crazy, mad …1892 sl., orig. Jewish-Amer.
– MESHUGGINER crazy, mad …1892 sl., orig. Jewish-Amer.
– MISHOOGENA crazy, mad …1892 sl., orig. Jewish-Amer.
– MOONSTRICKEN deranged or mad
– MOONSTRUCK deranged or mad
– MUM AND DAD mad …20C Aust. rhyming sl.
– NON COMPOS not in control of the mind, insane, mad …1628
– NOT ALL THERE slightly mad; mentally or intellectually disadvantaged …1864 UK sl.
– NOT RIGHT mad, eccentric, mentally wrong …Brit. sl.
– NUT mad, crazy, stupid, eccentric …1906 colloq.
– NUTS insane, mad …1846 sl.
– OFF mad, very foolish …L19 sl.
– OFF AT THE HEAD eccentric, mad …M19 sl.
– OFF AT THE NAIL mad …Bk1902 Sc.
– OFF IT insane, mad …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– OFF ONE’S CHOMP mad, crazy, eccentric, insane …M19 sl.
– OFF ONE’S CHUMP insane, mad …1864 sl.
– OFF ONE’S CONK mad, crazy, eccentric, insane; demented  …1870 US sl.
– OFF ONE’S DIP mad, crazy, eccentric, insane …L19 sl.
– OFF ONE’S DIPPER mad, crazy, eccentric, insane …L19 sl.
– OFF ONE’S DOT mad, eccentric …L19 sl.
– OFF ONE’S DOTTY mad, eccentric, insane, crazy …L19 sl.
– OFF ONE’S GOURD insane, mad …1961 US sl.
– OFF ONE’S HEAD insane, mad …a1845 sl.
– OFF ONE’S KNOCKER mad, insane, uncontrolled …1900s Aust. sl.
– OFF ONE’S LID mad …1900s US sl.
– OFF ONE’S LOOP eccentric, mad …1940s sl.
– OFF ONE’S NANA eccentric, mad …1940s sl.
– OFF ONE’S NANNY mad, crazy …L18 UK sl.
– OFF ONE’S NUT insane, mad …1860 sl.
– OFF ONE’S ONION mad, crazy …1890 sl.
– OFF ONE’S PANNIKIN mad, crazy …1894 sl. chiefly Aust.
– OFF ONE’S PULLEY insane, eccentric, mad, crazy …1990s sl.
– OFF ONE’S ROCK crazy, insane, eccentric, mad …L19 sl.
– OFF ONE’S ROCKER insane, mad …1897 colloq.
– OFF ONE’S ROCKET insane, mad …1925 sl.
– OFF ONE’S SAUCER mad, insane, eccentric, crazy …c1930 Aust. sl.
– OFF ONE’S TILE mad, angry …1910s Aust. sl.
– OFF ONE’S TOP TRAVERSE mad, insane, eccentric, crazy …20C Aust. sl.
– OFF ONE’S TROLLEY insane, mad …1896 sl.
– OFF TAP eccentric, mad …1990s Aust. sl.
– OFF THE HOOKS in a state of madness or intense excitement; crazy, angry, or vexed; in an ill mood or out of humour …1612 sl.
– OFF THE SIDE insane, mad …1877 Eng. dial.
– OUT OF ONE’S GOURD insane, mad …1963 US sl.
– OUT OF ONE’S HEAD insane, mad …1825 sl.
– OUT OF ONE’S SKULL insane, mad …1968 sl.
– OUT OF ONE’S TREE insane, mad …1966 US sl.
– OVER THE EDGE insane, quite mad …1929
– POGGLE insane, mad …1923 Brit. sl., chiefly services’ usage
– PORANGI mad, eccentric, stupid …M19 NZ (Maori)
– PUDDLED mad, insane, or eccentric …Brit. sl.
– PUGGLE insane, mad …1923 Brit. sl., chiefly services’ usage
– PUGGLED insane, mad …1923 Brit. sl., chiefly services’ usage
– QUEER IN THE GARRET eccentric, mad …L18 sl.
– QUEER IN THE NUT mad, eccentric …1950s sl.
– QUEER IN THE UPPER STOREY eccentric, mad …L18 sl.
– RAAZED † infuriated, mad …c1850 Sc.
– RADGE mad, violently excited, furious, wild, obstreperous, insane …1923 Sc.
– RADGIE mad, violently excited, furious, wild, obstreperous …1923 Sc.
– RADIO insane, crazy, mad …1960s rhyming sl. for ‘mental’ (radio rental)
– RADIO RENTAL wonderful, amazing; insane, mad, crazy  …1960s rhyming sl. for ‘mental’
– RADIO RENTALS wonderful, amazing; insane, mad, crazy  …1960s rhyming sl. for ‘mental’
– RAMMIST mad, crazy, frantic …1456 Sc.
– RANTY lively, riotous, eager; wildly excited with passion, pain, anger, etc.; almost mad …1783 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– RATTY mad, mentally deranged; eccentric; silly …1895 Aust. colloq.
– RAISED-LIKE excited, maddened; startled, having the appearance of mental derangement …Bk1905 Sc.
– RAVERS insane, raving mad …1938 Brit. sl.
– RED-EYED crazy, furious, angry, mad …1935 Amer. dial.
– RENTALS wonderful, amazing; insane, mad, crazy  …1960s rhyming sl. for ‘mental’
– ROUND THE BEND insane, mad, crazy …1929 sl.
– ROUND THE TWIST insane, mad …1960 Brit. sl.
– SALVATION ARMY crazy, mad, eccentric …L19 rhyming sl. for ‘barmy’
– SCRANNY crazy, mad, distracted; simple, foolish; bewildered …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– SICK silly, stupid; extremely eccentric; mad …20C Aust. sl.
– SILLY AS A TWO-BOB WATCH extremely stupid, mad …1954 Aust. sl.
– SKIRE quite mad …1822 Sc.
– STARKERS insane, mad …1962 Brit. sl.
– TROPPO crazy, mad …1941 Aust. sl.
– UP THE CREEK mad, crazy …1960s sl.
– UP THE CREEK WITHOUT A PADDLE mad, crazy …1960s sl.
– UP THE POLE mad, crazy, eccentric, insane …1904 sl.
– UP THE STICK mad, crazy, eccentric …1930s sl.
– WACKED OUT crazy, eccentric, mad …1968 US sl.
– WAMPY mad, insane …1950s NZ sl.
– WHACKED OUT insane, mad …1969 US sl.
– WRONG silly, foolish; extremely eccentric, or slightly mad …1920s Aust. sl.
– WRONG IN ONE’S NUT mad, eccentric …L19 sl.
– YARRA mad, insane, stupid, eccentric …1943 Aust. sl.
mad (crazy) – adverbs  (includes MADLY) 
– LIKE DAFT madly, wildly …1793 Sc.
– MADLING madly …1584 obs.
– MAZE-LIKE stupidly, foolishly; like a madman …1866 Eng. dial.
– RANDY madly, wildly …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
mad (crazy) – nouns 
– DARK HOUSE † a place of confinement for a madman; a room used to confine the insane …1600
– DARK ROOM † a place of confinement for a madman …1590
mad (crazy) – person  (includes MADMAN)
– ABRAM MORT a madwoman …1741 sl.
– BALMY a mad or eccentric person …1912 UK sl.
– BARM-POT an eccentric or mad person …1916 sl.
– BARMY a mad or very eccentric person …c1880 sl.
– BEDLAM  an inmate of Bethlehem Hospital, London, or of a lunatic asylum, or one first for such a place, a madman; specifically, a discharged, but often only half-cured, inmate of a lunatic asylum, who was licensed to beg, wearing as a badge a tin plate on their left hand or arm …1522
– BEDLAM-BEGGAR  an inmate of Bethlehem Hospital, London, or of a lunatic asylum, or one first for such a place, a madman; specifically, a discharged, but often only half-cured, inmate of a lunatic asylum, who was licensed to beg, wearing as a badge a tin plate on their left hand or arm …1608
– BEDLAMITE † a madman or lunatic; a discharged, but often only half-cured, inmate of a lunatic asylum, who was licensed to beg, wearing as a badge a tin plate on their left hand or arm …1691
– BEDLAM-MAN a madman; a lunatic …1658
– BEETLE a crazy, eccentric, or foolish person; a madman, an obsessive fan …1605 sl.
– BETHLEHEMITE a person confined or fit to be confined in a mad-house, called a Bedlamite …Bk1795
– BETHLEMITE an insane person; a madman; a bedlamite …Bk1895
– CRAZY a mad or insane person …1867 sl., orig. US
– DAFFY an eccentric person; a mad person …20C US sl.
– DAFTIE, DAFTY an idiot, an imbecile; a madman …1868 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– GEIT a foolish fellow, an idiot; a madman …Bk1900 Sc.
– GELT * a mad person; a lunatic …1596
– GITE a foolish fellow, an idiot; a madman …Bk1900 Sc.
– HEADCASE a mad person …1970s US sl.
– JACKET JOB something or someone liable to drive one crazy; hence, a mad or insane person …1990s sl.
– JACK O’ BEDLAM a madman …1605
– LAKES (OF KILLARNEY) a mad person …1910s rhyming sl. for ‘barmy’
– LOONEY, LOONY a madman …1883 US sl.
– MADCAP †* a madman, a maniac …1589
– MADDIE † a mad person, a lunatic …1903 Sc.
– MADHEAD † a mad person …1600
– MADLING a mad creature; one who acts wildly or foolishly …c1648-50
– MADLOCK a lunatic; a mad fellow …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MADPASH † a foolish or insane person; a lunatic, a mad fellow; a crackbrained person; a scatterbrain; a hot-headed person; a rash or turbulent person; a wild, giddy person …1611 
​- MADSTART a lunatic; a mad fellow …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MAZE-MAN a madman, a lunatic …1897 Eng. dial.
– MICKEY ROONEY a madman; a crazy person …1988 UK rhyming sl. for ‘loony’
– NUT a mad or crazy person; an eccentric …1908 colloq., orig. US
– NUTBOY a mad or crazy person; an eccentric …1964 US colloq.
– NUT CASE an eccentric; a madman …1944 Aust. sl.
– NUTHATCH a madman; a fool …1972 Amer. sl.
– NUTHEAD a mad or crazy person; an eccentric …1952 sl.
– NUTTER a violent deranged person; a mad or insane person …1958 Brit. sl.
– POGGLE a madman; an idiot; a dolt …Bk1892 Anglo-Indian sl.
– PORGLY a madman; an idiot; a dolt …Bk1892 Anglo-Indian sl.
– POTHOUSE a madman; one who goes to excessive lengths, esp. criminal …2000 UK sl.
– PSYCHO a mad or insane person …1942 sl.
– PUGGLY a madman; an idiot; a dolt …Bk1892 Anglo-Indian sl.
– RADGE a psychotic person; a madman …1995 sl.
– SPACE CADET a mad or eccentric person …1956 US sl.
– SPACEMAN one who is intoxicated on drugs; a madman …1962 Aust. prison & US sl.
– SPACE QUEEN a person who seems to have their head in the clouds; a mad or eccentric person …1982 US college sl.
– TOM O’ BEDLAM † a madman; a deranged person discharged from Bedlam and licensed to beg …1561
– VEDGIE (derogatory) a moron; a madman; a stupid person; someone considered mentally deficient or brain damaged …2001 sl.
– VEG (derogatory) a moron; a madman; a stupid person; someone considered mentally deficient or brain damaged …2001 sl.
– VEGGIE, VEGGY (derogatory) a moron; a madman; a stupid person; someone considered mentally deficient or brain damaged …1989 sl.
– WALL-HUGGER an eccentric, a mad person …1980s sl.
– WINDY a mad, harebrained person …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
mad (crazy) – verbs
– BAIL OUT to go mad …1970s sl., orig. military
– BEMAD to make mad, to madden …1605
– BUST ONE’S CONK to go mad …1930s US Black sl.
– CLIMB THE WALL to go mad …Bk1999 Aust. sl.
– CRACK ONE’S BRAIN(S) to make oneself insane, to drive mad …1630
– GET A RAT to be mad …1894 Aust. & NZ sl.
– GET RATS to become mad …1894 Aust. & NZ sl.
– GO BATSHIT to go crazy, mad, or insane …1971 sl.
– GOOF OFF to go mad …1940s sl.
– GO TROPPO to go crazy or mad …1943 Aust. sl.
– HAVE AN ANGLE-TWITCH IN THE BONNET to be not quite sane (angle-twitch = worm) …1876 Eng. dial.
– HAVE BATS IN THE BELFRY to be mad or eccentric …1911 UK sl.
– HAVE RATS IN ONE’S GARRET to be mad or mentally unstable …1842
– HAVE RATS IN THE ATTIC to be mad or mentally unstable …2005
– HAVE THE DINGBATS to be mad, stupid, or eccentric …1918 Aust. & NZ sl.
– MANG † to bewilder, to lead astray; to be bewildered; to go mad …c1440 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– PSYCH OUT to be or become mad …1970 sl.
– RAGE † to go mad; to be mad; to act madly or foolishly …a1300
mad – phrases
– YOU’RE OUT OF YOUR TINY MIND you’re crazy, foolish, mad …1970 UK sl.
 
MAD (angry) – adjectives
– AGRO mad; annoyed …20C teen & high school sl.
– BOILED mad, angry, furious …1920s sl.
– BRAIN-WUD mad; acting with fury or intense impetuosity …Bk1911 Sc.
– CHEWED angry, mad; defeated, beaten …1942 Amer. dial.
– DALE † furious, mad …1858 Eng. dial.
– DIDDLECOME half mad; sorely vexed or teased …1869 Eng. dial.
– EDGED angry, incensed, mad as hell …1982 US sl.
– FLAMIN’ infatuated, mad …20C teen & high school sl.
– FURIBUND furious, raging, mad …1490
– FURIBUNDAL †* furious, raging, mad …1593
– MAD AS A DINGBAT extremely mad, very angry …1942 Aust. sl.
– MAD AS TOPHET ‘mad as hell’, very mad …1941 Amer. dial.
– MAD AS WHIZZ very mad or angry …1960 Amer. dial.
– MANKIND † infuriated, furious, fierce, mad …1519
– RABIOUS † fierce, raging, rabid, mad …1613-18
– RADGE of a person or situation: mad, furious, insane …1990s sl.
– RADGED furious, mad …Bk19C Eng. dial.
– RADGY ill-tempered, angry, excited, violent, mad …Bk19C Eng. dial.
– RAGE † mad, raging; wanton …a1300
– RAGEFUL †* mad, frantic, frenzied …1580
– RAGEOUS † in a rage, furious, mad, angry, vexed; violent with pain or anger; full of passion …1440 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– RED-MAD raging mad, distracted, insane; furious; eager …1794 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– RED-WUD raging mad; furious …1793 Sc.
– VESANOUS † mad, furious, raging, cruel, outrageous …1656
mad(angry) – verbs
– BEMAD to make mad, to madden …1605
– BOW UP to get mad; to turn mean; to refuse to do a job …1958 Amer. dial.
– RAISE to excite, to madden; to vex …Bk1905 Sc.
– REAR UP to become irritated, mad, or angry …1842 Amer. dial.
– REAR UP ON ONE’S HIND LEGS to become irritated, mad, or angry …1842 Amer. dial.
 
MADAGASCAR – adjectives
– MALAGASH pert. to Madagascar …1793
– MALAGASY pert. to Madagascar, its inhabitants, language, etc. …1835
Madagascar – nouns 
– MALAGASY the language of Madagascar …1835
Madagascar – person 
– MALAGASH a native of Madagascar …1711
– MALAGASY a native of Madagascar …1839
– MOLLYGASHER ‘a Madagascar negro’ …Bk1889 sl.
 
MADAME (also see BROTHEL) – person
– ABBESS a brothel-keeper, a madame …M18 sl.
– LADY ABBESS a brothel-keeper, a madame …M18 sl.
 
MADDEN – verbs
– EFFIERCE †* to render fierce, to madden …1596
– RAAZE † to infuriate, to madden …1825 Sc.
– RAISE to excite, to agitate, to provoke, to rouse to excitement or anger; to madden, to vex …1768 chiefly Sc.
 
MADE – adjectives
– MANUFACT † made with hands …1539
– OFFALLY-MADE badly made …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– OFFALY-MADE badly made …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– SUDDEN † made, provided, or formed in a short time …1599 obs. or arch.
– UNCURIOUS † not elaborately made …1598
made – nouns
– FACTURE * the thing made, creation …1647
– FEASIBILITY † capability of being made …1655
– OPERATION † something made; a product, work …1616
 
MADLY – adverbs
– BEDLAMLY † like a madman, insanely …1553-87
– GAGA madly …2000s sl.
 
MADNESS – nouns
– BALKAN TAP madness …20C sl.
– BEDLAM madness, lunacy …1598
– DARLING PEA madness; eccentricity …L19 Aust. sl.
– DELIRITNESS madness …1823 Sc.
– DOOLALLY TAP madness, eccentricity; orig, a form of madness that afflicted soldiers stationed in India, and spec. at Deolalie …L19 sl.
– EYE † wild or violent anger; rage, madness, fury …c1175
– FUROR fury, rage, madness, anger, mania …1477
– MAD madness, fury, anger …1847-89 Eng. dial. & US sl.
– MADDERAM madness, folly, frantic rage, tantrums; boisterous fun, wild pranks, hilarity …1866 Sc.
– MADDERDOM madness, folly, frantic rage, tantrums; boisterous fun, wild pranks, hilarity …1866 Sc.
– MADHEAD † madness …c1375
– MADSHIP † madness …a1225
– MAZEDNESS madness …1891 Eng. dial.
– MAZERY nonsense, foolery; madness …1897 Eng. dial.
– RAGE † 1. madness, folly, rashness; an instance of this; a foolish act …a1300
 2. madness; insanity; a fit of mania …c1325 obs. exc. poetic
– RAMMISTNESS madness, frenzy …1456 Sc.
– RAT a bout of madness …1920s Aust. sl.
– VECORD madness, trouble of mind, folly, doting …1788
– VECORDY * madness, trouble of mind, folly, doting …1656
madness – verbs
– ABRAHAM SHAM to feign madness …Bk1909 sl.
– DO ABRAM to feign madness …Bk1909 sl.
– DO YOUR NUT to go mad; to feign madness …1959 Brit. sl.
– SHAM ABRAM to feign madness; to feign sickness …Bk1909 cant
 
MAELSTROM – nouns
– TOPHET a place or state of wild chaos and warring elements; a roaring furnace; a raging whirlpool, a maelstrom …1837
 
MAFIA – nouns
– FAMILY the American Mafia …1950s sl.
– MAF Mafia …1960s sl., chiefly US
Mafia – person 
– BUTTON a person who works as a killer or enforcer for or as a member of a Mafia family …1967 US sl.
– BUTTON MAN a person who works as a killer or enforcer for or as a member of a Mafia family …1990 US sl.
– HALF A BUTTON a criminal who is on the fringe of full membership of the US Mafia …1970s US criminals’ sl.
– MADE GUY a formally initiated member of the US Mafia …1950s US criminals’ sl.
– MADE MAN a formally initiated member of the US Mafia …1950s US criminals’ sl.
– MOB BOY a member of the US Mafia …1970 US criminals’ sl.
– MOB GUY a member of the US Mafia …1978 US criminals’ sl.
– MOBSTER a member of a gang of criminals; spec. a member of the Mafia …1917 colloq., orig. US
– MONEY MOVER the mob’s financial counsellor who invests portions of the family’s money in legitimate enterprises …Bk1992 Mafia-syndicate usage
– MOUSTACHE PETE an Italian-American man of an earlier generation, esp. an older mafioso …1938 US sl.
– PADRINO in Spanish-speaking communities: a godfather; a male sponsor or patron; an Italian title of great respect in the Mafia …1843
– PAESANO, PAISANO in early use: a person of Italian descent or birth; esp. a rustic person, a villager; in later use: an Italian-American man; a mafioso …a1930 chiefly US
– QUALIFIED MAN a Mafia member who has made his ‘bones’, who is qualified to do a job …Bk1998 New York sl.
– WISEGUY a member of the mob …Bk1980 Amer. criminals’ sl. 
– ZIP a member of the Mafia brought over from Italy to do low-level work …Bk1998 New York sl.