meikle
variant of mickle

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  • Meikle — Loch in Aberdeenshire, North East Scotland Meikle Millyea, a mountain in South West Scotland Meikle Pap, a mountain in North East Scotland People: Andrew Meikle, the Scots engineer, inventor of the Threshing machine Jane Meikle, Canadian TV… …   Wikipedia

  • Meikle — ist der Name von Andrew Meikle (1719−1811), Mechaniker, der als Erfinder der Dreschmaschine bezeichnet wird Robert Desmond Meikle (* 1923), nordirischer Botaniker Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung mehrer …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Meikle — This intriguing personal name derives from the Scottish term Meikill meaning big, large. Its ultimate origins are from the Old English pre 7th Century micel of the same meaning and would have been given in early times as a nickname to a big,… …   Surnames reference

  • meikle — ˈmēkəl variant of mickle * * * meikill, meikle obs. forms of mickle …   Useful english dictionary

  • meikle — mei·kle …   English syllables

  • Meikle Carewe Hill — Meikle Carewe Hill. Author: C. Michael Hogan Meikle Carewe Hill is a landform in Aberdeenshire, Scotland within the Mounth Range of the Grampian Mountains. (Grid Reference NO 921 828)[1] …   Wikipedia

  • Meikle Loch — is designated – as part of the Ythan Estuary complex along with the Sands of Forvie – as a Special Protection Area for wildlife conservation purposes. It is an inland loch in Aberdeenshire on the north east coast of Scotland. It is a eutrophic… …   Wikipedia

  • Meikle Auchengree — is a hamlet in North Ayrshire, Scotland. The Linn Spout or Tianna Falls …   Wikipedia

  • Meikle Earnock — is a medium sized suburb in the south of Hamilton, Scotland. Until recently, Meikle Earnock consisted mainly of 1960s council housing until the building of the Torhead Farm private housing development during the past 5 years, changing the… …   Wikipedia

  • Meikle Bin — beyond Strathcarron Reservoir Meikle Bin is a member of the Kilsyth Hills (not the Campsie Fells as commonly stated) in Scotland. It is the largest of the group at 570m and with that height it is classified as a Marilyn. The hill is a prominent… …   Wikipedia

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