[mel-kahy-uh-deez] /mɛlˈkaɪ əˌdiz/
Saint, died a.d. 314, pope 310–314.
[mel-kyawr, -kee-awr] /ˈmɛl kyɔr, -kiˌɔr/ noun 1. one of the three Magi. 2. Lauritz (Lebrecht Hommel) [lou-rits,, lawr-its;; Danish lou-rits lib-rekht hom-el] /ˈlaʊ rɪts,, ˈlɔr ɪts;; Danish ˈlaʊ rɪts ˈlɪb rɛxt ˈhɒm ɛl/ (Show IPA), 1890–1973, U.S. operatic tenor, born in Denmark. /ˈmɛlkɪˌɔː/ noun 1. (in Christian tradition) one of the Magi, the others being […]
[mel-kahyt] /ˈmɛl kaɪt/ noun 1. a Christian in Egypt and Syria who accepted the definition of faith adopted by the Council of Chalcedon in a.d. 451. adjective 2. of or relating to the Melchites. /ˈmɛlkaɪt/ adjective 1. of or relating to the Uniat Greek Catholic Church in Syria, Egypt, and Israel noun 2. a member […]
[mel-kiz-i-dek] /mɛlˈkɪz ɪˌdɛk/ noun 1. a priest and king of Salem. Gen. 14:18. 2. the higher order of priests in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. /mɛlˈkɪzəˌdɛk/ noun 1. (Old Testament) the priest-king of Salem who blessed Abraham (Genesis 14:18–19) and was taken as a prototype of Christ’s priesthood (Hebrews 7) Douay spelling […]
[meld] /mɛld/ Cards. verb (used with or without object) 1. to announce and display (a counting combination of cards in the hand) for a score. noun 2. the act of melding. 3. any combination of cards to be melded. [meld] /mɛld/ verb (used with or without object) 1. to merge; blend. noun 2. a blend. […]