the Hebrew language as used from the 6th to the 13th centuries a.d.
noun 1. the Latin language of the literature of the Middle Ages, usually dated a.d. 700 to 1500, including many Latinized words from other languages. Abbreviation: ML, M.L. noun 1. the Latin language as used throughout Europe in the Middle Ages. It had many local forms incorporating Latinized words from other languages
[mee-dee-ee-vuh l, med-ee-, mid-ee-, mid-ee-vuh l] /ˌmi diˈi vəl, ˌmɛd i-, ˌmɪd i-, mɪdˈi vəl/ adjective 1. of, pertaining to, characteristic of, or in the style of the Middle Ages: medieval architecture. Compare . 2. Informal. extremely old-fashioned; primitive. /ˌmɛdɪˈiːvəl/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or in the style of the Middle Ages 2. (informal) […]
noun 1. the time, c900–1400, during which warmer temperatures existed in many parts of the world. Abbreviation: MWP. Medieval Warm Period (mē’dē-ē’vəl, měd’ē-, mĭ-dē’vəl) The period from about 1000 to 1400 in which global temperatures are thought to have been a few degrees warmer than those of the preceding and following periods. The climatic effects […]
noun 1. the Welsh language of the Middle Ages, usually dated from about 1150 through the early 15th century.