[mee-neez] /ˈmi niz/
flourished c3200 b.c, traditionally the unifier and 1st king of Egypt: founder of the 1st dynasty.
the first king of the first dynasty of Egypt (?3100 bc). He is said to have united Upper and Lower Egypt and founded Memphis
[men-fohk] /ˈmɛnˌfoʊk/ plural noun 1. , especially those belonging to a family or community: The menfolk are all working in the fields. /ˈmɛnˌfəʊk/ plural noun 1. men collectively, esp the men of a particular family n. also men-folk “the male sex, men generally,” 1802, from men + folk (n.).
1. Master of Engineering. Master of Engineering
1. Master of Engineering.
/ˈmɛŋɡəlˌbɜːɡ; Dutch ˈmɛŋəlbɛrx/ noun 1. (Josef) Willem (ˈwɪləm). 1871–1951, Dutch orchestral conductor, noted for his performances of the music of Mahler