[noun mid-dey, -dey; adjective mid-dey] /noun ˈmɪdˈdeɪ, -ˌdeɪ; adjective ˈmɪdˌdeɪ/
the middle of the day; noon or the time centering around noon.
of or relating to the middle part of the day:
a midday news broadcast.
Old English middæg “midday, noon,” contracted from midne dæg (cf. Old High German mittitag, German mittag, Old Norse miðdagr); see mid + day.
[mid-l-burg] /ˈmɪd lˌbɜrg/ noun 1. a city in the SW Netherlands. [zee-luh nd; Dutch zey-lahnt] /ˈzi lənd; Dutch ˈzeɪˌlɑnt/ noun 1. a province in the SW Netherlands, consisting largely of islands. 1041 sq. mi. (2695 sq. km). Capital: Middelburg. /ˈmɪdəlˌbɜːɡ; Dutch ˈmɪdəlbyrx/ noun 1. a city in the SW Netherlands, capital of Zeeland province, on […]
/ˌmɪdəlˈmænɪkɪ/ noun 1. (South African) a continuous hump between wheel ruts on a dirt road
/ˈmɪdəlˌskɒt/ noun 1. (in South Africa) an intermediate payment to a farmers’ cooperative for a crop or wool clip
[mid-n] /ˈmɪd n/ noun 1. a dunghill or refuse heap. 2. . /ˈmɪdən/ noun 1. 2. See kitchen midden n. mid-14c., “dung hill,” of Scandinavian origin; cf. Danish mødding, from møg “muck” (see muck (n.)) + dynge “heap of dung” (see dung). Modern archaeological sense of “kitchen midden” is from Danish excavations.