the Latin language of the literature of the Middle Ages, usually dated a.d. 700 to 1500, including many Latinized words from other languages.
Abbreviation: ML, M.L.
the Latin language as used throughout Europe in the Middle Ages. It had many local forms incorporating Latinized words from other languages
[mee-dee-ee-vuh l, med-ee-, mid-ee-, mid-ee-vuh l] /ˌmi diˈi vəl, ˌmɛd i-, ˌmɪd i-, mɪdˈi vəl/ adjective 1. of, pertaining to, characteristic of, or in the style of the Middle Ages: medieval architecture. Compare . 2. Informal. extremely old-fashioned; primitive. /ˌmɛdɪˈiːvəl/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or in the style of the Middle Ages 2. (informal) […]
noun 1. the time, c900–1400, during which warmer temperatures existed in many parts of the world. Abbreviation: MWP. Medieval Warm Period (mē’dē-ē’vəl, měd’ē-, mĭ-dē’vəl) The period from about 1000 to 1400 in which global temperatures are thought to have been a few degrees warmer than those of the preceding and following periods. The climatic effects […]
noun 1. the Welsh language of the Middle Ages, usually dated from about 1150 through the early 15th century.
[med-i-gap] /ˈmɛd ɪˌgæp/ noun 1. (sometimes initial capital letter) private health insurance that supplements coverage for people already covered by government insurance.
[mee-dee-uh s] /ˈmi di əs/ noun, plural medii [mee-dee-ahy] /ˈmi diˌaɪ/ (Show IPA). Anatomy. 1. the middle finger. medius me·di·us (mē’dē-əs) adj. Of, relating to, or being an anatomical structure that is between two other similar structures or that is midway in position; middle.