a native or inhabitant of Media.
a member of an Indo-European people of West Iranian speech who established an empire in SW Asia in the 7th and 6th centuries bc
inhabitant of ancient Media, late 14c., from Latin Medus, from Greek Medos “Mede,” from the indigenous people-name Medes, said to be from the name of their first king (Medos).
(Heb. Madai), a Median or inhabitant of Media (Dan. 11:1). In Gen. 10:2 the Hebrew word occurs in the list of the sons of Japheth. But probably this is an ethnic and not a personal name, and denotes simply the Medes as descended from Japheth.
[med-feeld] /ˈmɛdˌfild/ noun 1. a city in E Massachusetts.
[med-uh-vak] /ˈmɛd əˌvæk/ noun 1. a helicopter for evacuating the wounded from a battlefield. 2. an ambulance or other vehicle equipped for emergency transport of medical patients. 3. any of the trained personnel transporting or otherwise tending to the sick or wounded in a medevac. verb (used with object), medevacked, medevacking. 4. to transport (sick […]
[med-flahy] /ˈmɛdˌflaɪ/ noun, plural medflies. 1. . noun 1. a small, black and white, irregularly banded two-winged fly, Ceratitis capitata, of many warm regions, that damages citrus and other succulent fruit crops by implanting eggs that hatch into maggots within the fruit. /ˈmɛdˌflaɪ/ noun (pl) -fly, -flies 1. another name for Mediterranean fruit fly noun […]
[med-ferd] /ˈmɛd fərd/ noun 1. a city in E Massachusetts, near Boston. 2. a city in SW Oregon.