[mel-uh-loo-kuh] /ˌmɛl əˈlu kə/
any of various chiefly Australian shrubs or trees belonging to the genus Melaleuca, of the myrtle family, including the cajeput and several species of bottlebrush.
any shrub or tree of the mostly Australian myrtaceous genus Melaleuca, found in sandy or swampy regions
melalgia me·lal·gi·a (mə-lāl’jē-ə, -jə) n. Pain in a limb.
[Sephardic Hebrew muh-lah-med; Ashkenazic Hebrew muh-lah-mid] /Sephardic Hebrew mə lɑˈmɛd; Ashkenazic Hebrew məˈlɑ mɪd/ noun, plural melamdim [Sephardic Hebrew muh-lahm-deem; Ashkenazic Hebrew muh-lahm-dim] /Sephardic Hebrew mə lɑmˈdim; Ashkenazic Hebrew məˈlɑm dɪm/ (Show IPA). Hebrew. 1. a teacher in a Jewish school, especially a heder.
[mel-uh-meen, mel-uh-meen] /ˈmɛl əˌmin, ˌmɛl əˈmin/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a white, crystalline, slightly water-soluble solid, C 3 N 3 (NH 2) 3 , used chiefly in organic synthesis and in the manufacture of resins, especially melamine resins. 2. any of the melamine resins. /ˈmɛləˌmiːn/ noun 1. a colourless crystalline compound used in making synthetic resins; […]
noun, Chemistry. 1. any of the class of thermosetting resins formed by the interaction of melamine and formaldehyde: used chiefly as adhesives for laminated materials and as coatings for paper, plastics, and textiles. noun 1. a thermosetting amino resin, stable to heat and light, produced from melamine and used for moulded products, adhesives, and surface […]