[muh-sey-pik, -sap-ik] /məˈseɪ pɪk, -ˈsæp ɪk/
an Indo-European language that was spoken in what is now SE Italy and written with an alphabet derived from that of Greek.
noun, Military. 1. a bugle call for mess.
/mes-dos/ (Or MS-DOG, Messy-DOS, mess-dross, mess-loss, mush-dos) Derisory term for MS-DOS. Often followed by the ritual banishing “Just say No!” Most hackers (even many MS-DOS hackers) loathe MS-DOS for its single-tasking nature, its limits on application size, its nasty primitive interface, and its ties to IBMness (see fear and loathing). In Ireland and the UK […]
adjective, Slang. 1. beaten up; looking disarrayed. 2. confused and unhappy. 3. intoxicated with alcohol or narcotics. [mes] /mɛs/ noun 1. a dirty, untidy, or disordered condition: The room was in a mess. 2. a person or thing that is dirty, untidy, or disordered. 3. a state of embarrassing confusion: My affairs are in a […]
[French mey-se-nyœr] /French meɪ sɛˈnyœr/ noun, (sometimes lowercase) 1. plural of . [mawn-se-nyœr] /mɔ̃ sɛˈnyœr/ noun, plural Messeigneurs [mey-se-nyœr] /meɪ sɛˈnyœr/ (Show IPA) 1. a French title of honor given to princes, bishops, and other persons of eminence. 2. a person bearing this title. /mesɛɲœr/ noun 1. the plural of Monseigneur /mɔ̃sɛɲœr/ noun (pl) Messeigneurs […]