a state in the NE United States, on the Atlantic coast. 33,215 sq. mi. (86,027 sq. km).
Abbreviation: ME (for use with zip code), Me.
a historical region and former province in NW France.
(italics) a U.S. battleship blown up in the harbor of Havana, Cuba, on February 15, 1898: this incident stimulated popular support in the U.S. for the Spanish-American War.
a state of the northeastern US, on the Atlantic: chiefly hilly, with many lakes, rivers, and forests. Capital: Augusta. Pop: 1 305 728 (2003 est). Area: 86 156 sq km (33 265 sq miles) Abbreviation Me, (with zip code) ME
U.S. state, probably ultimately from French Maine, region in France (named for the river that runs through it, which has a name of Gaulish origin). The name was applied to that part of coastal North America by French explorers.
State in the northeastern United States; northernmost of the New England states. Bordered by Quebec, Canada, to the northwest; New Brunswick, Canada, to the northeast; the Atlantic Ocean to the southeast; and New Hampshire to the west. Its capital is Augusta, and Portland is its largest city.
noun 1. one of an American breed of large semi-longhaired domestic cats with a shaggy ruff and a long, bushy tail.
[meyn] /meɪn/ adjective 1. chief in size, extent, or importance; principal; leading: the company’s main office; the main features of a plan. 2. sheer; utmost, as strength or force: to lift a stone by main force. 3. of or relating to a broad expanse: main sea. 4. Grammar. syntactically independent; capable of use in isolation. […]
[me-ney-lwar] /ˈmɛ neɪˈlwar/ noun 1. a department in W France. 2787 sq. mi. (7220 sq. km). Capital: Angers. /French mɛnelwar/ noun 1. a department of W France, in Pays de la Loire region. Capital: Angers. Pop: 745 486 (2003 est). Area: 7218 sq km (2815 sq miles)
noun 1. the principal entry of an item in a reference text, often placed in alphabetical order. 2. Library Science. the principal, complete entry of an item in a catalog or bibliography, giving full information on the item, often including its location, and the form by which the item is to be consistently identified and […]