[men-uh-nahyt] /ˈmɛn əˌnaɪt/
a member of an evangelical Protestant sect, originating in Europe in the 16th century, that opposes infant baptism, practices baptism of believers only, restricts marriage to members of the denomination, opposes war and bearing arms, and is noted for simplicity of living and plain dress.
a member of a Protestant sect that rejects infant baptism, Church organization, and the doctrine of transubstantiation and in most cases refuses military service, public office, and the taking of oaths
member of an Anabaptist sect, 1560s, from name of Menno Simons (1492-1559), founder of the sect in Friesland, + -ite (1). As an adjective by 1727. Alternative form Mennonist (n.) attested from 1640s.
A Protestant denomination, founded in the early days of the Reformation, whose members believe in living with great simplicity and who refuse to hold public office or to serve in the military. Some are as strict as the Amish in rejecting modern conveniences, such as automobiles and radios. There are numerous Mennonite communities in Pennsylvania and the Middle West.
[mey-noh; Italian me-naw] /ˈmeɪ noʊ; Italian ˈmɛ nɔ/ adverb, Music. 1. . 1. a combining form borrowed from Greek, where it meant “month,” used with reference to menstruation in the formation of compound words: menopause. /ˈmɛnəʊ/ adverb (music) 1. (esp preceding a dynamic or tempo marking) to be played less quickly, less softly, etc 2. […]
menometrorrhagia men·o·me·tror·rha·gi·a (měn’ō-mē’trə-rā’jē-ə, -jə) n. Irregular or excessive bleeding during menstruation and between menstrual periods.
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[muh-nom-uh-nee] /məˈnɒm ə ni/ noun, plural Menominis (especially collectively) Menomini. 1. . [muh-nom-uh-nee] /məˈnɒm ə ni/ noun, plural Menominees (especially collectively) Menominee for 1. 1. a member of a group of American Indian people of northeastern Wisconsin. 2. the Eastern Algonquian language of the Menominee. /məˈnɒmənɪ/ noun 1. (pl) -ni, -nis, -nee, -nees. a member […]