[mid-n] /ˈmɪd n/
a dunghill or refuse heap.
See kitchen midden
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.
[mid-ee] /ˈmɪd i/ noun, Informal. 1. a midshipman. /ˈmɪdɪ/ noun 1. (Austral) a glass or bottle containing 285ml of beer
[mid-ee] /ˈmɪd i/ noun, Informal. 1. a midshipman. [mid-ee] /ˈmɪd i/ noun, plural middies. 1. Informal. a . 2. . [mid-ee] /ˈmɪd i/ noun, plural middies. Australian Slang. 1. a medium-size drinking glass commonly holding half a pint and used for beer. /ˈmɪdɪ/ noun 1. (Austral) a glass or bottle containing 285ml of beer /ˈmɪdɪ/ […]
measures, one of the six cities “in the wilderness,” on the west of the Dead Sea, mentioned along with En-gedi (Josh. 15:61).
[mid-l] /ˈmɪd l/ adjective 1. equally distant from the extremes or outer limits; central: the middle point of a line; the middle singer in a trio. 2. intermediate or intervening: the middle distance. 3. medium or average: a man of middle size. 4. (initial capital letter) (in the history of a language) intermediate between periods […]