Definition of Meathe
1. meath [n -S] - See also: meath
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Literary usage of Meathe
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Annual Reports by Detroit (Mich.), Detroit (Mich (1902)
"James meathe. 1899. Darius D. Thorp, President. ... •James meathe died September 21st, 1899, and Benjamin Guiney was appointed to fill vacancy. 1900. ..."
2. A Treatise on the Law of Divorce and Annulment of Marriage: Including the by William Thomas Nelson, James Max Henderson (1895)
"McGill, 19 Fla. v. Rose, 9 Ark. 507; Leake v. Lin- 341. ton, 6 La. An. 262; Brown v. Brown, 8 Murphy v. People, 90 11l. 59. o3 Ark. 324. 4 meathe v. ..."