(an expression of boredom or apathy): We thought it would sell, but customers are saying “Meh!”.
The first few songs were meh.
bored or apathetic:
I’m feeling a little meh.
an expression of indifference or boredom
mediocre or boring
After Marge weaves “Hi Bart” on a loom to try to pique his interest in weaving, he says, “Meh.”
1995, from “The Simpsons” TV show
expression of apathy or indifference, by 2003 (perhaps from 1992).
- 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).
[men-dee] /ˈmɛn di/ noun 1. the art or practice of painting elaborate patterns on the skin with henna. 2. a design or designs so made. /ˈmendiː/ noun 1. (esp in India) the practice of painting designs on the hands, feet, etc using henna