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Mede

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noun \ˈmēd\

Definition of Mede

  1. :  a native or inhabitant of ancient Media in Persia



Origin and Etymology of mede

Middle English, from Latin Medus, from Greek Mēdos


First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with mede

bead, Bede, bleed, brede, breed, cede, creed, deed, feed, Gide, gleed, greed, heed, keyed, knead, kneed, lead, mead, Mead, meed, need, plead, read, rede, reed, screed, seed, Snead, speed, steed, swede, treed, tweed, weed


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