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There are 10 six-letter words containing A, G, M, N and R

ARMING-arming v. present participle of arm.
arming n. (nautical) A piece of tallow or soap put in the cavity and over the bottom of a sounding lead to pick.
arming n. The act of supplying with arms and ammunition in preparation of a conflict.
ENGRAM-engram n. A postulated physical or biochemical change in neural tissue that represents a memory.
engram n. (Scientology) A painful, negative mental image representing a past event.
Engram p.n. A surname​, a rare variant of Ingram.
GERMAN-german adj. (obsolete except in set terms) Having the same mother and father; a full (brother or sister).
german adj. (obsolete except in set terms) Being born to one’s blood aunt or uncle, a first (cousin).
german adj. (obsolete) Closely related, akin.
GRANUM-granum n. (biology) a stacklike structure in plant chloroplasts that contain chlorophyll; the site of photosynthesis.
INGRAM-Ingram p.n. A male given name, in modern use transferred back from the surname.
Ingram p.n. A patronymic surname​.
Ingram p.n. An unincorporated community in California.
MANGER-manger n. A trough for animals to eat from.
Manger p.n. A surname​.
MARGIN-margin n. (typography) The edge of the paper that remains blank.
margin n. The edge or border of any flat surface.
margin n. (figuratively) The edge defining inclusion in or exclusion from of a set or group.
MORGAN-morgan n. (medicine) A unit for expressing the relative distance between genes on a chromosome.
Morgan p.n. A male or female given name.
Morgan p.n. A patronymic Welsh surname​.
RAGMAN-ragman n. (now historical) A statute issued by Edward I in 1276.
ragman n. (obsolete) A document having many names or seals, such as a papal bull.
ragman n. (now historical) A game in which players compete to pull an object from out of a roll of writing.
RAGMEN-ragmen n. plural of ragman.

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