[mag-duh-leen, -luh n, mag-duh-lee-nee] /ˈmæg dəˌlin, -lən, ˌmæg dəˈli ni/
(lowercase) a reformed prostitute.
[mag-duh-luh n] /ˈmæg də lən/ (Show IPA). a female given name: from a Hebrew word meaning “woman of Magdala.”.
See Mary Magdalene
fem. proper name, from Latin (Maria) Magdalena, from Greek Magdalene, literally “woman of Magdala,” from Aramaic Maghdela, place on the Sea of Galilee, literally “tower.” The vernacular form of the name, via French, has come to English as maudlin.
a surname derived from Magdala, the place of her nativity, given to one of the Marys of the Gospels to distinguish her from the other Marys (Matt. 27:56, 61; 28:1, etc.). A mistaken notion has prevailed that this Mary was a woman of bad character, that she was the woman who is emphatically called “a sinner” (Luke 7:36-50). (See MARY.)
[mag-duh-lee-nee-uh n] /ˌmæg dəˈli ni ən/ adjective 1. of or relating to the final Paleolithic culture of much of western Europe, dating from c13,000–10,000 b.c. and notable for its artifacts of bone, antler, and ivory and for the cave art of western France and northeastern Spain. /ˌmæɡdəˈliːnɪən/ adjective 1. of or relating to the latest […]
[mag-duh-burg; German mahg-duh-boo rk] /ˈmæg dəˌbɜrg; German ˈmɑg dəˌbʊərk/ noun 1. the capital of Saxony-Anhalt, in central Germany. [sak-suh-nee-ahn-hahlt] /ˈsæk sə niˈɑn hɑlt/ noun 1. a state in central Germany. 9515 sq. mi. (24,644 sq. km). Capital: Magdeburg. /ˈmæɡdəˌbɜːɡ; German ˈmakdəbʊrk/ noun 1. an industrial city and port in central Germany, on the River Elbe, […]
noun, Physics. 1. one of a pair of hemispherical cups from which air can be evacuated when they are placed together: used to demonstrate the force of air pressure.
1. Master of Agricultural Economics.