[mes-wij] /ˈmɛs wɪdʒ/
a dwelling house with its adjacent buildings and the lands appropriated to the use of the household.
(property law) a dwelling house together with its outbuildings, curtilage, and the adjacent land appropriated to its use
legal term for “dwelling,” late 14c., (late 13c. in Anglo-Latin), from Anglo-French messuage, which probably is a clerical error for mesnage (see menage). Originally the portion of land set aside for a dwelling-house and outbuildings, whether occupied by them or not; later chiefly in reference to the house and buildings and the attached land.
[mes-uhp] /ˈmɛsˌʌp/ noun 1. a blunder; state of confusion; mix-up.
[mes-ee] /ˈmɛs i/ adjective, messier, messiest. 1. characterized by a dirty, untidy, or disordered condition: a messy room. 2. causing a : a messy recipe; messy work. 3. embarrassing, difficult, or unpleasant: a messy political situation. 4. characterized by moral or psychological confusion. /ˈmɛsɪ/ adjective messier, messiest 1. dirty, confused, or untidy adj. 1843, “untidy,” […]
[mee] /mi/ pronoun 1. the objective case of , used as a direct or indirect object: They asked me to the party. Give me your hand. 2. Informal. (used instead of the pronoun I in the predicate after the verb to be): It’s me. 3. Informal. (used instead of the pronoun my before a gerund): […]
[me-stee] /mɛˈsti/ noun 1. . /mɛˈstiː/ noun 1. a variant of mustee