Definition of Meinies

1. meinie [n] - See also: meinie



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Meinies

meibomian cyst
meibomian glands
meibomian sty
meibomitis
meidan
meidans
meige syndrome
meigs' syndrome
meigs syndrome
meikle
mein
meined
meiney
meineys
meinie
meinies (current term)
meining
meins
meint
meiny
meio-
meiobenthos
meiocene
meiocyte
meiofauna
meiofaunal
meiofaunas
meiome
meionite
meionites

Literary usage of Meinies

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1. The Greek Bucolic Poets by Theocritus, John Maxwell Edmonds (1912)
"THE BACCHANALS THREE dames led three meinies to the mountain, Ino, Autonoe, and apple-cheeked Agave, and gathering there wild leaves of the shag-haired oak, ..."

2. The Song of Dermot and the Earl: An Old French Poem from the Carew by Goddard Henry Orpen, Morice Regan (1892)
"M. reads A meinies: a word which he rightly hesitates to identify with moines. See Glossary. 239. This line is defective. ..."

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