[men-dl-suh n; German men-duh l-zohn] /ˈmɛn dl sən; German ˈmɛn dəlˌzoʊn/
[ey-rikh] /ˈeɪ rɪx/ (Show IPA), 1887–1953, German architect in England and in the U.S.
[men-dl-suh n; German men-duh l-zohn] /ˈmɛn dl sən; German ˈmɛn dəlˌzoʊn/ noun 1. Felix [fee-liks;; German fey-liks] /ˈfi lɪks;; German ˈfeɪ lɪks/ (Show IPA), (Jacob Ludwig Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy) 1809–47, German composer. 2. his grandfather, Moses [moh-ziz,, -zis;; German moh-zes] /ˈmoʊ zɪz,, -zɪs;; German ˈmoʊ zɛs/ (Show IPA), 1729–86, German philosopher. /ˈmɛndəlsən; German ˈmɛndəlzoːn/ noun 1. […]
[men-der] /ˈmɛn dər/ noun 1. a person or thing that . 2. a piece of sheet metal that has been imperfectly tinned but that may be retinned to an acceptable standard. n. late 14c., agent noun from mend (v.).
[men-dee] /ˈmɛn di/ noun, plural Mendes (especially collectively) Mende for 1. 1. a member of a people living in Sierra Leone and Liberia. 2. a Niger-Congo language of the Mande branch spoken by the Mende people. /ˈmɛndɛz/ noun 1. Sam(uel) (Alexander). born 1965, British theatre and film director, who made his name as artistic director […]
[men-dis-frans, -frahns; French mahn-des-frahns] /ˈmɛn dɪsˈfræns, -ˈfrɑns; French mɑ̃ dɛsˈfrɑ̃s/ noun 1. Pierre [pyer] /pyɛr/ (Show IPA), 1907–1982, French statesman and economist: premier 1954–55. /French mɛ̃dɛsfrɑ̃s/ noun 1. Pierre (pjɛr). 1907–82, French statesman; prime minister (1954–55). He concluded the war in Indochina and granted independence to Tunisia
[men-di-kuh n-see] /ˈmɛn dɪ kən si/ noun 1. the practice of begging, as for alms. 2. the state or condition of being a beggar. n. “state or condition of beggary,” 1790, from mendicant + -cy. Also in this sense was mendicity (c.1400), from Old French mendicité “begging,” from Latin mendicitatem (nominative mendicitas) “beggary, mendicity.”