[mey-kuh n] /ˈmeɪ kən/
Nathaniel, 1758–1837, U.S. politician: Speaker of the House 1801–07.
a city in central Georgia.
a city in and the capital of Saône-et-Loire, in E central France.
a Burgundy wine, usually white and dry, from the area around Mâcon.
[sohn-ey-lwar] /ˈsoʊn eɪˈlwar/
a department in E France. 3331 sq. mi. (8625 sq. km).
a city in the US, in central Georgia, on the Ocmulgee River. Pop: 95 267 (2003 est)
a city in E central France, in the Saône valley: a centre of the wine-producing region of lower Burgundy. Pop: 34 469 (1999)
a red or white wine from the Mâcon area, heavier than the other burgundies
a department of central France, in Burgundy region. Capital: Mâcon. Pop: 543 848 (2003 est). Area: 8627 sq km (3365 sq miles)
[muh-kohm] /məˈkoʊm/ noun 1. a city in NW Illinois.
/məˈkɒŋkɪ/ noun 1. Dame Elizabeth, married name Elizabeth LeFanu. 1907–94, British composer of Irish parentage; noted esp for her chamber music, which includes 13 string quartets and Romanza (1980) for viola and ensemble
- Mac os
Macintosh Operating System
- Mac os x
operating system /mak oss ten/ Version 10 of the Macintosh Operating System, based on FreeBSD unlike prevoius versions. Apple released the kernel of Mac OS X Server as “darwin”, under an open source license. Mac OS X incldues a code framework called the “Core Foundation” and an “Application Kit” framework for GUI and widgets strongly […]