Definition of Menyies

1. menyie [n] - See also: menyie



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Menyies

mentum
menu
menu bar
menu bars
menubar
menubars
menudo
menudos
menuetto
menuettos
menuing
menuless
menus
menyanthes
menyie
menyies (current term)
menyvere
meou
meoued
meouing
meous
meow
meowed
meowier
meowiest
meowing
meows
meowy
mepacrine
mepacrine hydrochloride

Literary usage of Menyies

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1. The History of England by Thomas Keightley (1839)
"Thus Menzies is pronounced menyies, and Dalzell, Dalyell. In like manner the y, in y, the, y1, that, etc., is apparently the Anglo-Saxon >,'/'. K, page 93. ..."

2. A Treatise Upon Some of the General Principles of the Law: Whether of a by William Wait (1878)
"819), or of the use and profits of a mill, or loss of services of operatives while rebuilding (menyies v. North British Ins. Co., 9 Ct. Sess. Gas. ..."

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