[mel-ee-ey-jer] /ˌmɛl iˈeɪ dʒər/
flourished 1st century b.c, Greek epigrammatist.
Classical Mythology. the heroic son of Althaea, an Argonaut, and the slayer of the Calydonian boar.
(Greek myth) one of the Argonauts, slayer of the Calydonian boar
[mel-ee-ag-ri-deez] /ˌmɛl iˈæg rɪˌdiz/ plural noun, Classical Mythology. 1. the sisters of Meleager of Calydon who were changed into guinea hens by Artemis in order to relieve their grief over the death of their brother.
king, the second of Micah’s four sons (1 Chr. 8:35), and thus grandson of Mephibosheth.
[mey-ley, mey-ley, mel-ey] /ˈmeɪ leɪ, meɪˈleɪ, ˈmɛl eɪ/ noun 1. a confused hand-to-hand fight or struggle among several people. 2. confusion; turmoil; jumble: the melee of Christmas shopping. [mey-ley, mey-ley] /ˈmeɪ leɪ, meɪˈleɪ/ noun 1. a group of diamonds, each weighing less than 0.25 carat. /ˈmɛleɪ/ noun 1. a noisy riotous fight or brawl n. […]
[muh-lee-nuh] /məˈli nə/ noun, Medicine/Medical. 1. the discharge of black, tarry, bloody stools, usually resulting from a hemorrhage in the alimentary tract. melena me·le·na (mə-lē’nə) n. The passage of black tarlike stools containing blood that has been acted on by the intestinal juices.