[muh-lit-uh] /məˈlɪt ə/
a female given name.
/mɛlk/ noun 1. a town in N Austria, on the River Danube: noted for its baroque Benedictine abbey. Pop: 5222 (2001)
- Mel kaye
person The hero of The Story of Mel, a Real Programmer. The preface to the manuals for the Royal McBee LGP-30 ACT 1 (Algebraic Compiler and Translator) compiler (dated 1959) contain the following attribution from Clay S. Boswell, Jr. (apparently ACT 1’s designer): I wish to acknowledge my appreciation to the many people who offered […]
[mel-kahyt] /ˈmɛl kaɪt/ noun, adjective 1. . [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, […]
[mel] /mɛl/ British Dialect verb (used with object) 1. to blend; mix; meld. verb (used without object) 2. to meddle; concern oneself. [mel] /mɛl/ Scot. and North England noun 1. a heavy hammer; mallet. verb (used with object) 2. to beat with a mallet; hammer. v. “to mix, meddle,” c.1300, mellen, from Old French meller, […]