Lexicon: mazarin – mean

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mazarin, n. [It. < Fr. Hortense de Mancini, Duchesse de Mazarin (1646-1699); or her uncle Cardinal Jules Mazarin (1602-1661).]

Navy blue; dark blue color; [fig.] blue-colored inverted deep bowl like the dome of the sky.

me, pron. [OE; objective form of the 1st person pronoun; dative or accusative case.] (webplay: answering, appear, case, close, follow, gave, maybe, phrase, used).

  1. [Indirect object; used to represent a nonspecific person, or one whose feelings and experiences are universal to mankind.]
  2. [Direct object; refers to a citizen, countryman, or soldier.]
  3. [Indirect object; refers to a student.]
  4. [Indirect object; refers to Emily Dickinson herself, or a person with like characteristics.]
  5. [Direct object; used to represent Deity in some form.]
  6. [Indirect object; refers to a person reflecting on nature who shows appreciation and reverence.]
  7. [Direct object; represents a person who realizes a need for Jesus Christ.]
  8. [Subjective complement; used to represent Biblical characters, such as Eve, Jacob, John, Lucifer, Mary, Peter, and one of the thieves at Golgotha.]
  9. [Refers to a person who reflects on this or her potential with feelings of inadequacy or insignificance.]
  10. [Represents a person who feels ready to come to Christ.]
  11. [Direct object; represents death itself.]
  12. [Indirect object; used to represent the perspective of an anxious woman.]
  13. [Used to refer to a bride.]
  14. [Direct object; used to refer to a suffering or lonely person.]
  15. [Represents a rich person or one who has valuable things.]
  16. [Refers to a person who has lost faith in God, or feels that he or she has doubts.]
  17. [Refers to a wife.]
  18. [Refers to a person who is questioning or learning about God.]
  19. [Direct object; used to represent a person who has come back to life, or who has experienced a rebirth.]
  20. [Refers to a husband or bridegroom.]
  21. [Direct object; refers to a person who anticipates or wishes for death.]
  22. [Direct object; represents a person with a troubled mind, or one who is experiencing an inner struggle.]
  23. [Refers to a person who is reflecting on a significant change in his or her life.]
  24. [Direct object; represents a person who appreciates the sacrifice of Jesus Christ.]
  25. [Refers to a person who is experienced in deja vu.]
  26. [Represents a spirit or the perspective of someone who has died.]
  27. [Represents a gun.]
  28. [Direct object; represents a mother.]
  29. [Used to represent a person who has faith in God.]
  30. [Direct object; refers to a person who recognizes his or her potential in relationship to God.]
  31. [Represents a quality that brings fulfillment in life.]
  32. [Used to represent objects and personify phenomena of nature, such as the bumblebee, butterfly, creature, crickets, fish, fly, insect, robin, snake, corn stalks, flower, garden plants, tree, brook, drop of water, ground, sea, celestial object, earth, horizon, moon, sky, sun, sunrise, sunset, fall, May, Mother Nature, spring, and winter.]
  33. [Refers to a person in the process of dying.]
  34. [Used to refer to a poor person who is nevertheless satisfied.]
  35. [Used to refer to a person who is reflecting on eternity.]
  36. [Direct object; used to represent a person who is reflecting on life and death.]
  37. [Used to represent a happy person.]

mead, n. [OE, see meadow, n.]

Meadow; field; tract of low land having rich soil.

meadow (-s), n. [OE.]

Marsh; fen; field; tract of low land having rich soil, grass, or hay; [fig.] landscape.

meagre, adj. [ME.]

  1. Thin; lean; destitute of flesh.
  2. Poor; barren; destitute of richness, fertility, or anything valuable.

meagre (-s), v. [Fr. 'to make meagre or lean'.]

Make lean; cause to seem small in comparison.

meal (-s), v. [OE 'mark, sign, measure, fixed time, occasion'.]

Portion of foot taken at one time.

mean (-er, -est), adj. [Old High German] (webplay: intervals, time).

  1. Contemptible; despicable.
  2. Intervening; intermediate; coming between.
  3. Of little or no value; humble; poor.
  4. Destitute of honor; spiritless.

mean (-s), n. [Partly the absolute use of mean, adj., and partly adopted from the similar substantive use in OFr 'that which is in the middle'.]

  1. Instrument; medium through which something is done.
  2. Instrument of action or performance.

mean (-t, -s), v. [Old High German meinen, to have in mind.] (webplay: believe, best, God, greater, houses, mind, moon, reach, services, set, tell, thought, view, word).

  1. Signify; indicate.
  2. Intend.