Meni



Isa. 65:11, marg. (A.V., “that number;” R.V., “destiny”), probably an idol which the captive Israelites worshipped after the example of the Babylonians. It may have been a symbol of destiny. LXX., tuche.

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  • Menial

    [mee-nee-uh l, meen-yuh l] /ˈmi ni əl, ˈmin yəl/ adjective 1. lowly and sometimes degrading: menial work. 2. servile; submissive: menial attitudes. 3. pertaining to or suitable for domestic servants; humble: menial furnishings. noun 4. a domestic servant. 5. a servile person. /ˈmiːnɪəl/ adjective 1. consisting of or occupied with work requiring little skill, esp […]

  • Menially

    [mee-nee-uh l, meen-yuh l] /ˈmi ni əl, ˈmin yəl/ adjective 1. lowly and sometimes degrading: menial work. 2. servile; submissive: menial attitudes. 3. pertaining to or suitable for domestic servants; humble: menial furnishings. noun 4. a domestic servant. 5. a servile person. /ˈmiːnɪəl/ adjective 1. consisting of or occupied with work requiring little skill, esp […]



  • Menilite

    /ˈmɛnɪˌlaɪt/ noun 1. another name for liver opal, esp a brown or grey variety

  • Mening-

    1. a combining form representing in compound words: meningocele. meningo- or meningi- or mening- pref. Meninges: meningococcus.



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