mead
I. noun Etymology: Middle English mede, from Old English medu; akin to Old High German metu mead, Greek methy wine Date: before 12th century a fermented beverage made of water and honey, malt, and yeast II. noun Etymology: Middle English mede, from Old English mǣd Date: before 12th century archaic meadow

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  • Mead — ist der Nachname folgender Personen: Albert E. Mead (1861–1913), US amerikanischer Politiker Andrea Mead Lawrence (1932–2009), US amerikanische Skirennläuferin Carver Mead (* 1934), US amerikanischer Informatiker und Pionier der modernen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Mead — Mead, NE U.S. village in Nebraska Population (2000): 564 Housing Units (2000): 210 Land area (2000): 0.320681 sq. miles (0.830561 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 0.320681 sq. miles (0.830561 sq.… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • mead — mead·er; mead·owed; mead·ow·ing; mead·ow·less; mead·ow·wink; mead·owy; mead; mead·ow; re·mead; …   English syllables

  • Mead — puede hacer referencia a: Lake Mead, el mayor lago y embalse artificial de los Estados Unidos; Elwood Mead, profesor, político e ingeniero estadounidense; George H. Mead, filósofo pragmático, sociólogo y psicólogo social estadounidense; George… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Mead — Mead, Margaret * * * (as used in expressions) Mead, George Herbert Mead, lago Mead, Margaret …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Mead —   [miːd],    1) George Herbert, amerikanischer Philosoph und Sozialpsychologe, * South Hadley (Massachusetts) 27. 2. 1863, ✝ Chicago (Illinois) 26. 4. 1931; ab 1894 Professor in Chicago; anknüpfend an die Tradition des amerikanischen Pragmatismus …   Universal-Lexikon

  • mead — [mi:d] n [Sense: 1; Origin: Old English medu] [Sense: 2; Origin: Old English mAd] 1.) [U] an alcoholic drink made from ↑honey ▪ a glass of mead 2.) literary …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Mead — Mead, Lake the largest ↑reservoir (=a lake where water is stored before it is supplied to people s houses) in the US, on the Colorado River behind the ↑Hoover Dam Mead 2 Mead, Margaret (1901 78) a US anthropologist, who studied the ways in which… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Mead — (m[=e]d), n. [OE. mede, AS. meodo; akin to D. mede, G. met, meth, OHG. metu, mitu, Icel. mj[ o][eth]r, Dan. mi[ o]d, Sw. mj[ o]d, Russ. med , Lith. midus, W. medd, Gr. me qy wine, Skr. madhu honey, a sweet drink, as adj., sweet. [root]270. Cf.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Mead — Mead, n. [AS. m[=ae]d. See {Meadow}.] A meadow. [1913 Webster] A mede All full of freshe flowers, white and reede. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] To fertile vales and dewy meads My weary, wandering steps he leads. Addison. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Mead — Mead1 [mēd] Margaret 1901 78; U.S. anthropologist Mead2 [mēd] Lake [after E. Mead (1858 1936), U.S. engineer] lake in SE Nev. & NW Ariz., formed by Hoover Dam on the Colorado River: c. 250 sq mi (647 sq km) …   English World dictionary

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