[meeth, meeth] /miθ, mið/

a county in Leinster, in the E Republic of Ireland. 902 sq. mi. (2335 sq. km). County seat: Trim.
/miːð; miːθ/
a county of E Republic of Ireland, in Leinster province on the Irish Sea: formerly a kingdom much larger than the present county; livestock farming. County town: Trim. Pop: 134 005 (2002). Area: 2338 sq km (903 sq miles)

county in Ireland, from Irish An Mhi, literally “the middle.”


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