[mel-os, -ohs, mee-los, -lohs] /ˈmɛl ɒs, -oʊs, ˈmi lɒs, -loʊs/
the succession of musical tones constituting a melody.
[mee-los, -lohs, mel-os, -ohs; Greek mee-laws] /ˈmi lɒs, -loʊs, ˈmɛl ɒs, -oʊs; Greek ˈmi lɔs/
a Greek island in the Cyclades, in the SW Aegean: statue, Venus de Milo, found here 1820. 51 sq. mi. (132 sq. km).
[mey-loh; Spanish me-law] /ˈmeɪ loʊ; Spanish ˈmɛ lɔ/
a city in NE Uruguay.
an island in the SW Aegean Sea, in the Cyclades: of volcanic origin, with hot springs; centre of early Aegean civilization, where the Venus de Milo was found. Pop: 4771 (2001). Area: 132 sq km (51 sq miles) Modern Greek name Mílos
melotia me·lo·ti·a (mə-lō’shē-ə, -shə) n. Congenital displacement of the auricle of the ear.
[mel-pom-uh-nee] /mɛlˈpɒm əˌni/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. the Muse of tragedy. /mɛlˈpɒmɪnɪ/ noun 1. (Greek myth) the Muse of tragedy Muse of tragedy, from Latin, from Greek Melpomene, literally “songstress,” from melpein “to sing,” of unknown origin.
[mel-rohz] /ˈmɛlˌroʊz/ noun 1. a city in E Massachusetts, near Boston. 2. a village in SE Scotland, on the Tweed River: ruins of a famous abbey.
- Melrose abbey
/ˈmɛlrəʊz/ noun 1. a ruined Cistercian abbey in Melrose in Scottish Borders: founded in 1136 and sacked by the English in 1385 and 1547: repaired in 1822 by Sir Walter Scott