Definitions for MIDmɪd
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used in combination to denote the middle
"midmorning"; "midsummer"; "in mid-1958"; "a mid-June wedding"
denoting the middle part; as, in mid ocean
occupying a middle position; middle; as, the mid finger; the mid hour of night
made with a somewhat elevated position of some certain part of the tongue, in relation to the palate; midway between the high and the low; -- said of certain vowel sounds; as, a (ale), / (/ll), / (/ld). See Guide to Pronunciation, // 10, 11
Origin: [AS. midd; akin to OS. middi, D. mid (in comp.), OHG. mitti, Icel. mir, Goth. midjis, L. medius, Gr. me`sos, Skr. madhya. 271. Cf. Amid, Middle, Midst, Mean, Mediate, Meridian, Mizzen, Moiety.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
mid, adj. middle: situated between extremes.—prep. amid.—n. (Shak.) middle.—ns. Mid′-age (Shak.), the middle time of life, a person in middle-life; Mid′-air, Mid′-heav′en, the middle of the sky; Mid′day, the middle of the day: noon.—adj. of or pertaining to noon.—adj. Mid′dest (Spens.), most nearly in the middle: middlemost.—n. the midst, middle.—n. Mid′-hour, the middle part of the day.—adj. Mid′land, in the middle of, or surrounded by, land: distant from the coast: inland.—n. the interior of a country: (pl.) esp. the central parts of England.—n. Mid′-Lent, the middle or fourth Sunday in Lent.—adj. Mid′most, middlemost.—n. Mid′night, the middle of the night: twelve o'clock at night.—adj. being at midnight: dark as midnight.—ns. Mid′noon, noon; Mid′-sea, the open sea.—adj. Mid′ship, being in the middle of a ship.—n. Mid′shipman, in the British navy, an officer whose rank is next above that of a naval cadet: in the U.S. navy, the lowest grade of officers in the line of promotion, now called Naval cadet.—adv. Mid′ships.—ns. Mid′summer, the middle of summer: the summer solstice, about the 21st of June; Mid′summer-day, the 24th of June; Mid′way, the middle of the way or distance.—adj. being in the middle of the way or distance.—adv. half-way.—n. Mid′winter, the middle of winter: the winter solstice (21st or 22d December), or the time shortly before or after it. [A.S. (mid-), middgen; Ger. mitte and mittel, L. medius, Gr. mesos.]
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Rank popularity for the word 'MID' in Written Corpus Frequency: #4208
Rank popularity for the word 'MID' in Adjectives Frequency: #764
The numerical value of MID in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of MID in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
They don't want a mid-air and neither do we.
By mid-November I always like to have an extra 15 pounds on me.
Then we can talk about smaller and mid-sized acquisitions again.
A (Brent) oil price in the mid-$30s may change the situation (again) however.
Differentiated offerings are driving the trend in the mid-to-low-end segment.
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