[mi-seyl-yuh n, -sey-lee-uh n] /mɪˈseɪl yən, -ˈseɪ li ən/
[mes-uh-lahy-nuh] /ˌmɛs əˈlaɪ nə/ noun 1. Valeria, died a.d. 48, third wife of Claudius I. /ˌmɛsəˈliːnə/ noun 1. Valeria (vəˈlɪərɪə). died 48 ad, wife of the Roman emperor Claudius, notorious for her debauchery and cruelty “scheming and licentious woman,” 1887, in reference to Valeria Messalina, notorious third wife of Roman emperor Claudius.
[mes-uh-leen, mes-uh-leen] /ˌmɛs əˈlin, ˈmɛs əˌlin/ noun 1. a thin, soft silk with a twill or satin weave. /ˌmɛsəˈliːn; ˈmɛsəˌliːn/ noun 1. a light lustrous twilled-silk fabric
[mes-uh n] /ˈmɛs ən/ noun, Scot. 1. a lap dog; small pet dog.
[muh-sey-pik, -sap-ik] /məˈseɪ pɪk, -ˈsæp ɪk/ noun 1. an Indo-European language that was spoken in what is now SE Italy and written with an alphabet derived from that of Greek. /məˈseɪpɪən/ noun 1. a scantily recorded language of an ancient people of Calabria (the Messapii), thought by some to be related to ancient Illyrian