[med-l-ist] /ˈmɛd l ɪst/
a person to whom a has been awarded.
(in a golf tournament) the player having the lowest score in a qualifying round scored by strokes.
a designer, engraver, or maker of .
1680s, “one skilled in medals,” from medal (n.) + -ist. Meaning “medal-maker” is from 1756; that of “recipient of a medal” is from 1797.
[med-l] /ˈmɛd l/ noun 1. a flat piece of metal, often a disk but sometimes a cross, star, or other form, usually bearing an inscription or design, issued to commemorate a person, action, or event, or given as a reward for bravery, merit, or the like: a gold medal for the best swimmer. 2. a […]
[muh-dal-ik] /məˈdæl ɪk/ adjective 1. of or relating to .
[muh-dal-yuh n] /məˈdæl yən/ noun 1. a large medal. 2. anything resembling a medal in form, used as an ornament, in a design, etc. 3. a permit issued by a governmental agency to operate a taxicab, usually represented by a small metal identification disk displayed on the taxi. 4. Architecture. 5. . /mɪˈdæljən/ noun 1. […]
- Medallion man
noun any male who wears chain or gaudy jewelry, like a medallion with an open-collar shirt Usage Note derogatory