[meng-gis-too hahy-lee mahr-ee-uh m] /mɛŋˈgɪs tu ˈhaɪ li ˈmɑr i əm/
born 1937, Ethiopian political leader: head of state 1977–87; president 1987–91.
/mɛŋˈɡɪstuː ˈhaɪlɪ ˈmɑːrɪəm/
born 1937, Ethiopian soldier and statesman; head of state from 1977 until 1991 when rebels seized power and he fled into exile
[men-shee-uh s] /ˈmɛn ʃi əs/ noun 1. c380–289 b.c, Chinese philosopher. [mœng-zee] /ˈmœŋˈzi/ noun, Pinyin. 1. . 2. a city in SE Yunnan province, in S China. /ˈmɛnʃɪəs; -ʃəs/ noun 1. Chinese name Mengzi or Meng-tze. ?372–?289 bc, Chinese philosopher, who propounded the ethical system of Confucius /ˈmɛŋˈtseɪ/ noun 1. the Chinese name for Mencius
[mœng-zee] /ˈmœŋˈzi/ noun, Pinyin. 1. . 2. a city in SE Yunnan province, in S China. /ˈmɛŋˈtseɪ/ noun 1. the Chinese name for Mencius
[men-heyd-n] /mɛnˈheɪd n/ noun, plural menhaden. 1. any marine clupeid fish of the genus Brevoortia, especially B. tyrannus, resembling a shad but with a more compressed body, common along the eastern coast of the U.S., and used for making oil and fertilizer. /mɛnˈheɪdən/ noun (pl) -den 1. a marine North American fish, Brevoortia tyrannus: source […]
[men-hir] /ˈmɛn hɪr/ noun, Archaeology. 1. an upright monumental stone standing either alone or with others, as in an alignment, found chiefly in Cornwall and Brittany. /ˈmɛnhɪə/ noun 1. a single standing stone, often carved, dating from the middle Bronze Age in the British Isles and from the late Neolithic Age in W Europe n. […]