[mee-grim] /ˈmi grɪm/
megrims, low spirits; the blues.
a whim or caprice.
noun (functioning as sing)
(archaic) a fit of depression
(archaic) a disease of horses and cattle; staggers
(often pl) a caprice
a flatfish, Lepidorhombus whiffiagonis, of the turbot family, having a yellowish translucent body up to 50 cm (20 in.) in length, found in European waters, and caught for food
megrim me·grim (mē’grĭm)
[me] /mɛ/ interjection 1. (an expression of boredom or apathy): We thought it would sell, but customers are saying “Meh!”. adjective 2. unimpressive; boring: The first few songs were meh. 3. bored or apathetic: I’m feeling a little meh. /mɛ/ interjection 1. an expression of indifference or boredom adjective 2. mediocre or boring interjection After […]
- Mehemet Ali
[mi-hem-et ah-lee, ah-lee, mey-met] /mɪˈhɛm ɛt ɑˈli, ˈɑ li, ˈmeɪ mɛt/ noun 1. 1769–1849, viceroy of Egypt 1805–48. /mɪˈhɛmɪt ˈɑːlɪ/ noun 1. 1769–1849, Albanian commander in the service of Turkey. He was made viceroy of Egypt (1805) and its hereditary ruler (1841), founding a dynasty that ruled until 1952
whose benefactor is God, the father of Delaiah, and grandfather of Shemaiah, who joined Sanballat against Nehemiah (Neh. 6:10).
wife of Hadad, one of the kings of Edom (Gen. 36:39).